Glass – Review

Glass, the new film from director M. Night Shyamalan follows on from the ending of last year’s thriller Split. The ending revealed multiple personality serial Killer Kevin Crumb (James McAvoy) is from the same universe as superhuman David Dunn (Bruce Willis) from Unbreakable, (a previous Shyamalan film). The film unites the director with his cast from both films in a story that brings them all … Continue reading Glass – Review

Mowgli: The Legend of the Jungle – Review

Mowgli: The Legend of the Jungle is the latest interpretation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic Indian set fable The Jungle Book. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Jungle, young human boy Mowgli is raised by the Wolf pack as one of their own. This time, it’s actor turned director Andy Serkis who brings the animals and man cub to life. Although director Serkis has brought the … Continue reading Mowgli: The Legend of the Jungle – Review

Mission: Impossible -Fallout – Review

In what is hailed as the final film in the Mission Impossible franchise, Fallout once again sees Tom Cruise as Agent Ethan Hunt. With his past coming back to haunt him, it is up to Hunt and his team to stop a global catastrophe. Cruise returns alongside Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Sean Harris, Rebecca Ferguson, and Angela Bassett. The film also introduces new characters played … Continue reading Mission: Impossible -Fallout – Review

Beetlejuice – 30 Years On…

In film lore, you can say Candyman five times in a mirror to summon the murderous vengeful spirt. You can say Bloody Mary five times and spin around to summon a wicked banshee. Or you can forget all the spooky crap, say Beetlejuice three times and call the funniest, most unruly ghost the underworld ever produced. Beetlejuice is the 1988 supernatural comedy directed by Tim … Continue reading Beetlejuice – 30 Years On…