Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Review

by Jed Wagman When you need to reboot you’re beloved franchise, who ya gonna call if not a Reitman? Jason Reitman is following in his father’s footsteps as he helms the latest instalment in the Ghostbusters franchise. Whilst he does take a lot from the original and sometimes strays across the line between paying homage to it and giving in to fan service one too … Continue reading Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Review

Ghostbusters – DVD & Blu-Ray Review

2016 was the year of stupidity. I think we can all agree on that. A shit-show of a year where hate and moronic behaviour won out over acceptance and love. Between Trump’s bewildering election to people literally being shot for existing, it just feels like we’ve gone backwards by massive leaps. On that list is the complete venom spat out at a bunch of ladies … Continue reading Ghostbusters – DVD & Blu-Ray Review

I Ain’t Afraid Of No Flop: What We All Could Learn From the Ghostbusters’ Loss…

Last night Sony announced that the all-female reboot of Ghostbusters had made a $70 million dollar loss and the sequel was looking unlikely. Despite favourable reviews and making some money domestically at box office, the lukewarm reception to Paul Feig’s supernatural romp has muddied the water for potential sequels and the future franchise looks to be on a decline with the studio possibly choosing to … Continue reading I Ain’t Afraid Of No Flop: What We All Could Learn From the Ghostbusters’ Loss…

Try and Say No to Her Salty Parabolas: Why We’ve All Fallen for Kate McKinnon

Its been out for a week and there have been many words said about the all-female reboot of Ghostbusters. Out of respect, we’ll keep the deluge of insults to a minimum. We don’t want to give them the light of day because it is unfair, cruel, and unjust. In the wake of this new release, opinion generally states that the female led reboot was fun, … Continue reading Try and Say No to Her Salty Parabolas: Why We’ve All Fallen for Kate McKinnon

Ghostbusters (2016) – Review

Reboots and remakes are traditionally quite hated on; their announcements and releases are met with sighs, groans, rants, and shouting. But never in the history of film has a reboot been so widely reviled than the new Ghostbusters movie. Ever since it’s announcement, this female led comedy has suffered so much abuse from fans and moviegoers alike, with it’s first trailer becoming the most disliked … Continue reading Ghostbusters (2016) – Review