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…
Back in 2002, Evil Dead director Sam Raimi weaved a web of movies for Tobey Maguire’s fresh-faced nerd Peter Parker turned superhero Spider-Man. Spawning one of the best comic book sequels of all time with Spider-Man 2, and a disastrous third outing (with the best crotch based dancing) in Spider-Man 3, we all needed a regeneration for the creepy-crawly hero. Flash forward to 2012 where … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming – Review
One of the most recognisable logos in the world (or at the very least, in the western world) is the McDonald’s Golden Arches. These shining parabolas are practically synonymous with obesity, and are often one of the first under fire when people complain about our sedentary lifestyles, whether they are to blame or not. What is less known, however, is the chain’s origins, and how … Continue reading The Founder – Brand New Trailer!
Best Picture Oscars have always been contentious. Whilst sometimes the best picture of the year is celebrate, more often than not voters succumb to cinematic bait that is broiling with “current themes” such as racism, sexual abuse, or a “true story.” So for every genuine winner such as Silence of The Lambs and 12 Years A Slave, there are heaps of How Green is My … Continue reading Spotlight (2016) – DVD & Blu-Ray Review