Well, see, it’s complicated. ‘Cause when I first saw Ant-Man and The Wasp, I was in a good place. And I’m not talking about The Good Place. My girl just […]

Ant-Man and The Wasp

So, Jason “The Stath” Statham against a giant prehistoric shark? It was always going to be a ridiculous film given the premise and the cast and it certainly didn’t let […]

The Meg

A Prayer Before Dawn, directed by Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire (Johnny Mad Dog) and adapted from Billy Moore’s book of the same name, details the story of Billy as he lives a life […]

A Prayer Before Dawn

Another impossible mission for the Impossible Mission Force you say? Oh, yes. Yes it is! Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) surely has pulled off enough of these so called “impossible” missions […]

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Taking part in Thoughts All Sorts “Non English” Language Blogathon I decided to continue my Korean cinema viewing and watch Jang Hoon’s A Taxi Driver. A Taxi Driver is a 1980’s […]

A Taxi Driver

Guillermo del Toro returned in 2008 to continue his Hellboy story. With the minor success of the 2004 original, and being general critically well received it was decided that a sequel […]

Hellboy II

Some people may think that having an alternative black & white version of a film is a bit snobbish or somehow doesn’t reflect well on the original colour version but […]

Logan Noir Edition

Matt Graver: You’re going to help us start a war. Alejandro: With who? Matt Graver: Everyone. No rules this time. With this kind of sentiment and a bombastic trailer it wouldn’t be unexpected […]

Sicario 2: Soldado

The Lighthouse is written and directed by Chris Crow and retells the story of the Smalls Island lighthouse incident in 1801 which altered the way lighthouses were run from that […]

The Lighthouse