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  • Film Review – Baby Driver (2017)

    Film Review – Baby Driver (2017)

    Debt always finds its way to get you to repay back what you owe, 99% you find yourself stuck in a vicious circle, no way to escape. In Edgar Wright‘s Baby Driver, a young man finds himself trapped in that circle. Forced to ‘drive’ to pay his way out of debt, a movie that may…

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  • Film Review – Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978)

    Film Review – Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978)

    Things go bump in the night, others will devour your soul, some will slice, dice eat your heart with a nice glass of Chianti. October has now arrived which can mean only one thing 31 Days of Horror has now arrived again. For the next 31 days, we will dive deep into the catacombs of…

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  • Blu-Ray Review – Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD

    Blu-Ray Review – Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD

    When we pass a certain landmark birthday, the realisation you’re getting older time is flying by you. Been in my 40’s does have its advantages, born in 1970’s, a kid in the 1980’s. An era when of some of the greatest ever comics were born, like 2000AD. 1977 may have been ‘anarchy in the UK’…

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  • Film Review – Personal Shopper (2017)

    Film Review – Personal Shopper (2017)

    It feels like a lifetime ago when we first met Kirsten Stewart as a young Bella Swan in the Twilight Saga Movies. For many young actors that franchise could have trapped you in a typecasted nightmare for the rest of your career, not Stewart. She rolled up the sleeves and worked her socks off establishing…

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  • Film Review – Neruda (2016)

    Film Review – Neruda (2016)

    Over the years Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larrain has made a name for himself for creating movies of tragic figures, stories and dark blimps in his country’s history. Recently he made his English Language debut with Jackie based on Jackie Kennedy, but now he goes back to his homeland for Neruda. Swapping the brutality and oppression…

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  • Film Review – Logan (2017)

    Film Review – Logan (2017)

    A question I’ve always been asked when comes to comic books and their movies ‘Why Don’t I like The Avengers or Captain America?‘ Simple one word X-Men or should I say Wolverine. I always remember in my late teens going to my local comic book shop picking up only Spider-Man and X-Men comics, that was…

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  • Blu-Ray Review – The Founder (2017)

    Blu-Ray Review – The Founder (2017)

    For many decades Worldwide people young and old have been (and many still are) have been ‘Loving it’, the McDonalds Brand. You wonder when the world renowned company gets so big, even a muttering there is always an urge for a Big Mac or Milkshake. Profits have become more important you wonder behind the success…

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  • Film Review – Colossal (2017)

    Film Review – Colossal (2017)

    Nacho Vigalondo‘s (Time Crimes, Extraterrestrial) Colossal will probably be one of the most uniquely surreal movies you will watch in 2017. An impressive hybrid of genres that creates a movie that will think you know what’s going on when really you shouldn’t second guess. Just embrace the chaos as the indie Spanish filmmaker gives us…

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