From Lionsgate UK, Hellraiser: Judgment - the tenth and latest of the series - is the second of two Hellraiser films to have new releases in the UK, both digitally and physically.
With enough twists to put Chubby Checker to shame, Michael Caissie’s Hunter’s Moon is barking full of terror, sleaze and creepiness, but not much blood and guts.
Another day, another dollar, and another direct-to-video Steven Seagal film. Beyond the Law - not to be confused with the Cynthia Rothrock film of the same name - is probably Seagal's best in the last decade or so.
Straight out of the textbook of 90s action thrillers, 7500 marks the return of, not only outdated concepts, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s proper return to the screen.
Welcome back! You're in for a treat, folks, as two of the three X-Men movies within this part of the marathon are within my "Top 3 of the X-Men Film Franchise" - Days of Future Past and Logan, obviously. "The best since X2!" - Fans, 2014 My god, the above is/was disgustingly true. Days of Future Past was an absolute joy to watch.... Continue Reading →
From 2000's X-Men to this year's Logan, over the past 3-4 weeks I have completed a marathon of 20th Century Fox's most prolific superhero film franchise. TRIVIA: Logan is the only X-Men film that I have watched in the cinema. Initially, Mumsy possessed the desire to watch Days of Future Past, though she had not previously watched First Class, or properly watched the... Continue Reading →
Firstly, I'm not overly fond of the term "pet hate", but at this current time, it's essential to use. Anyway... After the name of an actor or actress reads on the back cover, a different film starring said actor/actress is usually listed within brackets - this is fine - until the bracketed film is from... Continue Reading →