Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review

Spider-Man: Homecoming was a surprising movie. At the time of release, we were already exhausted by Spider-Folk crawling around our cinema screens. Not only had the doe-eyed nerd turned muscular Peter Parker already been rebooted, we’d frankly seen enough of the web-slinging action. As with Thomas and Martha Wayne, there are only so many times we can see Uncle Ben die on the big screen. … Continue reading Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Review

I know exactly what you are thinking: Do we really need more Spider-Man movies? That question came along when young Tom Holland took on the mantel for last year’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. In fact, the question came along when Andrew Garfield led the Amazing reboots back in 2012. (Actually, we were pondering the importance of Spider-Man back when the abysmal third film happened and Peter Parker … Continue reading Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – Review

Captain America: Civil War – Review

By 2016, we’d been inundated with many, many superhero films.  The increase of spandex loving, power wielding, evil fighting heroes had reached breaking point, much like Deadpool’s great ass in pants. The film industry’s over-reliance on trotting out superheroes to give us an action flick may please a lot of us but it can be wholly infuriating for a regular cinema going who just wants … Continue reading Captain America: Civil War – Review

From Spider-Panned to Spider-Man: Our Series Ranking

Today is the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Yes, yes, I can predict that you are all equally bored with the franchise as much as we were but, let me tell you, Homecoming is going to change all that. Thanks to the brilliant antics of one Mr. Tom Holland and director Tom Watts, we’re reunited with our loveable web-slinging hero who happens to do what a … Continue reading From Spider-Panned to Spider-Man: Our Series Ranking