The Beguiled

This isn't my usual style of film, but I have invested in a cinema pass so I am making sure that I make good use of it.  I'd seen the trailer a few times and this looked like it could be an interesting watch.  Sadly I think they showed all the best bits in the... Continue Reading →

Chasing Amy

I know, I know, it seems utter madness that someone like me hasn't ever watched this film...especially as I really like Clerks, but it seems that I have never really gotten around to watching this until tonight. There's a whole lot going on in this, isn't there...infatuation to the point of love, the issue of... Continue Reading →

Pirates of the Caribbean 5

When I was a kid I was desperate to be either a unicorn, a mermaid, or a Pirate.  So when the POTC franchise started up I was extatic.  I loved the first few films and even fully enjoyed number 4.  So where did it all go so wrong???  I don't know where to start with... Continue Reading →

Not film related in the slightest…

This post has nothing to do with famous media, this is just a personal little snippet.  I recently had the absolutely pleasure of visiting Berlin.  This was nothing like I expected it to be.  I was expecting the city to be dower and still in the midst of rebuilding after it's desimation in WW2. I... Continue Reading →

Mr. Church

I haven't written for a few days as I have been bumbling around Russia.  I want to apologise now for then inflicting this film review on you as my return post. I am a film this I mean if there is a true story based film where a weak women finds her strength through... Continue Reading →

Dr. Strange

I openly admit I am a geek, but I seriously struggled to get on board with this mishmash of a film. Firstly, I am going to air my disappointment with Mads Mikkelsen....why!  Why did you do this film Mads?? I thought we had a thing going after the series of Hannibal, why would you let... Continue Reading →


I am sure you will all remember the landing of the plane in 2009 in to the Hudson River through the quick thinking of  it pilot Chelsey Sullenberger.  This was not a film I was rushing to watch, but I am on holiday and it was available so gave it a go.  I was worried... Continue Reading →


I'm going to out it out there.  I love this film.  Now you could say it's because it has double Tom Hardy in it (that is an absolute bonus), or you could say it's because of the background story of the rise and fall of the Krays.  For me this film works on many levels. ... Continue Reading →

Pegasus Vs. Chimera

Remember Jason and the Argonauts? Maybe you loved The thief of Baghdad....or maybe Sinbad and the eye of the tiger...this is like the Z movie version of one of these films. The film poster looks exciting doesn't it?  Mythical creatures and the Greeks defending their honour, but and it's a big but, the film doesn't... Continue Reading →

Spirited Away

This evening I unleash my true geekdom on you.  I am not ashamed to say I am a huge animation fan, of all kinds.  I appreciate that this doesn't fit with my passion for poor horror, gorefests and satirical writing, but any animation is a beautiful thing.  The skill it takes to make a feature... Continue Reading →

When you are engulfed in flames

"Never fall asleep in a dumpster, never underestimate a bee, never drive a convertible behind a flat bed truck, never get old, never get drunk near a train, and never, under any circumstance, cut off your air supply while masturbating." All this sounds like great advice, especially if you are David Carridine, although maybe he... Continue Reading →

Flesh and Blood

If you are looking for a good horror read, Graham Masterton is always the way to go for I hear you say...wait I thought he wrote sex instructional manuals.  Well you would be correct.  He has indeed written "How to drive your man wild in bed" and "Wild sex for new lovers" and his... Continue Reading →

Little Otik

Looking for something off beat? Like stop graphic animation? Appreciate Czech folk stories?  Then this is most definitely the film for you. Darkly comedic, surrealist and entertaining.  Rather than me loosely giving you the plot of this film, I am going to relay the folk story and then let you make up your mind if... Continue Reading →


If you are looking for an entry point in to the French extremist film genre, this is probably the best film you could watch for it.  It's not so extreme that it will put you off but the story line is extreme enough to turn the stomach of the feint hearted. Yes it's subtitled...but actually... Continue Reading →

Strange Blood

This. Is. Terrible. That is how the line would be delievered if I was an actor in this film.  It's a bit like they all graduated from the William Shatner school of over acting and drawn out speeches. So... mad scientist is developing a cure for everything... yes everything! He appears to be working in... Continue Reading →

Before I Wake

This is another of my Netflix finds.  I was awake early one morning as ironically I suffer with insomnia hence my ability to watch vast amounts of films, hold down a job (not at blockbusters for those of you who remember that) and have a social life.   I wasn't expecting much, and I tend... Continue Reading →

And so it begins…

After much deliberation I have decided to share my media viewing thoughts with anyone who wishes to read... these are just my opinions and will generally be based around films or series I have watched, art work I have seen or anything else that I feel is worth a review or a rant.  Nothing on... Continue Reading →

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