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90 Minutes Or Less: Free Fire

★★★★ Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire is a very British action movie loaded with wicked humour and plenty of surprises. If you find yourself a bit burned out after a longer than it needed to be...

Space Truckers Review

★★★ Space Truckers doesn’t try to be anything more than a fun B-Movie that Roger Corman would approve of, and on that level, it succeeds gloriously. Almost two decades before we fell in...

Downsizing Review [Mild Spoilers]

There’s an excellent reason I tend not to invest too heavily in trailers. I learned long ago that they either give away too much of what’s important or give you just enough of what is good but in...

Thor Ragnarok Spoilers Free Review

★★★★ A wild and eccentric comedy that just so happens to take place in the MCU, Thor Ragnarok is tremendous fun and a mighty fine trilogy closer. It’s not a secret that Marvel movies...

Darkest Hour Review

There has been no shortage of films and TV shows about Winston Churchill. Barely a year goes by without seeing another great actor take on the role, Brian Cox, John Lithgow had their crack recently,...

The Cloverfield Paradox Review (Spoilers)

The following review for The Cloverfield Paradox contains spoilers, you have been warned. After more than a year of delays, the movie formerly known as The God Particle and briefly known as...

90 Minutes or Less: Cooties [2015]

“Cooties is a frequently fun, occasionally gruesome horror-comed with a scene-stealing turn from Rainn Wilson.” ★★★ If you find yourself a bit burned out after a longer than it...

Movies My Dad Likes: Two Mules for Sister Sara [1970]

Two Mules for Sister Sara is a truly entertaining movie from the prolific director Don Siegel; with an engaging soundtrack, that seems to incorporate some heehaws from a mule. It’s by Ennio...

Movies My Dad Likes: Pimpernel Smith [1941]

This film was made before I was born but I was fortunate enough to find a copy recently. It is, as the title suggests, a plot based upon the older classic Scarlett Pimpernel where an apparent...

Justice League Review

After years of development, the Justice League have untied in cinemas worldwide to decidedly mixed reviews and an opening weekend that could spell trouble for the DCEU. Unlike some of the more jaded...