It seems to be widely agreed amongst the film community that 2016 wasn’t a great year for films, and they’re half right; there was a lot to be desired from the big budget films. Sure, we got great blockbusters like Captain America: Civil War, but for the most part, we were served a variety of lukewarm, mediocre, or just downright bad productions (Looking at you, … Continue reading Hell or High Water – DVD & Blu-Ray Review
Beauty and the Beast draws ever nearer to its release, and with the Golden Globes creating plenty of opportunities for the spring’s big releases to strut their stuff, it was almost inevitable that we would be gifted with a piece of unseen footage or a new trailer to whet the appetite between now and March. The trailer itself is 30 seconds of quick cuts, showing … Continue reading Emma Watson Sings ‘Belle’ – New Beauty and the Beast Clip!
A new year, a new you and as always BAFTA have kicked off 2017 with a whole host of events and highlights to keeps all film and TV lovers entertainment. Open to the public and held in London or Glasgow, all information regarding their impressive list of events can be found through their website and social media channels. Here we go over what is happening … Continue reading BAFTA Highlights
Shia LaBoeuf has had a rather turbulent career, a number of his films (and his actions) have left him viewed as a bit of a joke when it comes to acting, but it looks like he’s turning his act around and is slowly but surely marking himself out as a respectable actor with films like American Honey and Man Down. The latest trailer for Man … Continue reading Man Down – Brand New Trailer!
There are times where it almost feels like the reboot of Doctor Who only started yesterday, but the only way to make that happen would be to steal the TARDIS and have a little jaunt to the past. Instead, we’re now looking at the 10th series of the sci-fi classic, and it’s getting harder to ignore the cracks that are starting to appear in the … Continue reading Doctor Who: Series Ten – Brand New Trailer!
Last week, there were a lot of people shuffling in their seats, pretty disappointed by Sherlock‘s latest episode. With a bumbling plot that had no coherency as it sped along trying to connect the dots to get to its crushing end: Mary’s Death. It felt so underdeveloped and without thought, rushing through its intellect and never fully realising it. Last night I sat with my … Continue reading Sherlock: Season 4, Episode 2 – “The Lying Detective” Review