Indie Documentary Review – Smoke And Mirrors: The Story Of Tom Savini
Lucky me! Two documentaries in one day. This one is about a guy who is, apparently a horror effects wizard. I assumed that I wouldn’t have a clue who he was what with me not being the big horror fan. Imagine my surprise then when I saw the first few seconds and thought “oh… it’s him!” […]
Movie Review – Austin Powers In Goldmember
Just as it took less than a hundred years to go from the first powered flight to flying being an everyday method of commuting like the bus or a train, I wonder if we’ll ever see the day when time travel goes from being the latest technological miracle to something we use to fix trivial […]
No Time To Die Again: Views Following A Bond 25 Re-Watch
Elsewhere there are my initial thoughts on No Time To Die as well as Dan’s first impressions. Maybe because we had slightly different views on Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond I thought I’d go back and take another look. This wasn’t a hardship to me in the slightest; I knew it would be a […]
Indie Documentary Review – I’m An Electric Lampshade
My word… this makes a change! Normally I spend the first couple of paragraphs bitching on about how this film is not the genre I usually like or that film is aimed at a totally different demographic to the one I inhabit and then go on to use that as my reason for not liking […]
Indie Movie Review – Demigod
Film makers have their own styles… who’d have thought it! Actually, I can spot the big ones; the gothic imagery of Tim Burton, the breathtaking visuals of Luc Besson, or the exquisitely choreographed violence of John Woo. I have to admit that I’m not as au fait as some others, the ones who can […]
Could You Survive The Movies?
If you’re a lover of movies, you will appreciate suspending your disbelief and immerse yourself in a fictional story. However, once you are done with the film, you will have the time to sit down and think about the movie. Only then can you discover the incredulous nature of many scenes in the movie, and […]
What is the on-screen tribute at the very end of the credits of The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard?
Remember near the end of the movie Michael (Ryan Reynolds) selects two Interpol agents to help them? Those two agents turn out to be the decoys who get shot and then blow up when their boat hits a tanker, as Michael and Darius slowly make their way out to the yacht. After the end credits […]