A film doesn’t always have to make sense to be entertaining if it provokes your curiosities it’s served its purpose. Lucile Hadzihaililovic‘s Évolution falls nicely into this bracket, an enigmatic film of discovery, a sexual awakening that may disturb you, captivate you, perplex you evolving into nuances of life. Évolution follows the thematic experiences similar… Read More Film Review – Évolution (2015)
Late October 2009 In USA and January 2010 will see the release of the Animation of the classic Astroboy. This animation calssic was created by Osama Tezuka a way back in 1952 right through until 1968 and was called “Tetsuwan Atom” and it was a alot years later USA got the first english spoken version… Read More Astroboy new film ,is it a Americanizing of a Kids iconic classic animation?
I’m still currently working on rate my cinema and I was getting info on all the cinema chains (small and large) in the UK and some Irish) and getting customer service info etc, and when I was looking through the small cinema chains, I was just so jealous why? I live in a town which… Read More Local Cinemas – Support Them!
Natural Born Pranksters unexpectedly arrived through the post at weekend and with having no TV  , or Internet connection reluctantly I decided to watch. After watching 2 minutes I can clearly see why this arrived with no fanfare as it’s horrendous. Allegedly Natural Born Pranksters are Youtube sensations, a group of ‘pranksters’ that consist of… Read More DVD Review – Natural Born Pranksters (2016)
Are Hollywood desperately seeking a new mature actor with a ‘particular set of skills’ now that Liam Neeson called time and exchanged his fighting skills for slippers? In Ariel Vromen‘s Criminal, Kevin Costner may believe he’s the man, think again. Sadly the only thing Criminal lives up to is it’s name because it’s shockingly ‘criminal’!… Read More Film Review – Criminal (2016)
Cold war espionage thriller meets Mills ‘N’ Boon (or Mills ‘N’ Boonsky) romance as Shamim Sarif brings her own novel Despite The Falling Snow to the big screen. A flat dull melodrama that should really be more at home on our small screens rather than denying a proper film of screen glory on the big… Read More Film Review – Despite The Falling Snow (2016)
Takashi Miike has provided some of my favourite films from the other side of the world in the past 15 years or so. From the horror classic Audition to the cult classic Ichi The Killer and more recently 13 Assassins. Manga / Anime is another passion of mines (though a little non-existent past few years)… Read More DVD Review – Crows Zero 2 (2009)