In my eyes 2018 has been a fantastic year for film. There's been a wide range of exceptionally good films spanning across multiple genres. I throughly enjoyed so many films this year that I've decided to extended my list of favourites, from the usual top ten to a top twenty. As always there were a … Continue reading My 20 Favourite Films of 2018.
I figured now would be the appropriate time to mention that James Wan is one of my favourite filmmakers. He's come a long way since making Saw. He's directed some of the most well made Horror films of the past decade, with the first and second instalments of the Insidious and Conjuring franchise. He also showcased his … Continue reading Aquaman – Movie Review – Stunning visuals, lacklustre script.
August 2011 saw the arrival of Miles Morales in the comic world. A new (more culturally diverse) character to take up the mantle as Spider-Man. Ever since his introduction into the comics I have always wondered if we would one day see him on the big screen. With Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, his time to … Continue reading Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Movie Review – An eye popping visual feast.
2015's Creed is my favourite sports film of all time. It's a film that impressed me with it's solid direction and emotional drama, but above all else it inspired me strongly in a number of different ways. I have been anticipating the sequel ever since it was announced and with a new Director at the … Continue reading Creed II – Movie Review – An emotionally rich sequel.
Dario Argento's Suspiria is among the top tier of my most favoured horror films of all time. I consider it a classic, so naturally I was cautious when I heard it would be receiving a remake. My lack of faith was put at ease when I saw the fantastic cast that were assembled to star … Continue reading Suspiria – Movie Review – A classic reincarnated.
Bad Times at the El Royale follows seven strangers, each with their own secrets as they all cross paths at a rundown hotel with dark past. Over the course of one fateful night, everyone will have a last shot at redemption, before everything goes to hell. - This is the second film helmed by Drew … Continue reading Bad Times at the El Royale – Movie Review – A riveting thriller.
Mandy tells the story of a couple whose peaceful harmony is brutally shattered by a nightmarish hippie cult, which propels Red (Nicolas Cage) into a surreal rampage of vengeance, after they capture his girlfriend. - I'd like to make one thing clear straight away. I haven't seen a film like this before. It becomes very … Continue reading Mandy – Movie Review – A fever dream of visceral insanity.