To celebrate the release of The Meg, Cookie takes a look at her favourite shark film. Sharks, they are one of our favourite movie monsters. There is the original Jaws and then the masterpiece Sharktopus and let’s not forget the classic Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus. All legendary films have taught us about great tension, brilliant action, and horror. Ok so only Jaws taught us … Continue reading Looking Back…Deep Blue Sea (1999)
You’ve seen this movie before at least once. The Gauntlet (1977), 16 Blocks (2006) and Hot Pursuit (2015) all feature a reluctant witness being escorted by a mostly grumpy cop (or cop substitute) from A to Blah-blah-blah pursued by villains, with the witness running away, yadda, yadda, yadda. Continue reading The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Review
The peculiar. The weird. The out-there. There have been a lot movies that look at that and the greatest master of this is certainly Tim Burton! Whilst his crown of the oddballs may be tainted but a series of bad movies, he looks to return with this fantastic spectacle. Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children is based on a book by Ransom Riggs. It revolves around … Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Brand New Featurette!
Down in the jungle where nobody goes, there’s a pretty buff man ripping off his clothes. With a hub-a-bub here and a rub-a-dub here….. Sorry, excuse me, anyway, The Legend of Tarzan has finally swung into cinemas today and luckily for us, before we get to watch it, we get to watch more clip! Directed by Harry Potter’s David Yates, the film sees Tarzan (Alex Skarsgaard,) who … Continue reading The Legend of Tarzan – Brand New Clips!
You can almost feel a change in the air when a Tarantino film is on the horizon. With the landmark director taking a few years between each of his projects. the release of a film seems to set audiences’ senses buzzing. From his first release of (arguably) the greatest independent movie ever made Reservoir Dogs to his genre mash-up ‘Southern’ Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino knows how to intrigue his … Continue reading The Hateful Eight – Review: A Change in the Air for Tarantino?