Movie Reviews

16 April 2022

Choose or Die review: New Netflix horror fails its impressive cast

Directed by Toby Meakins, with an incredible cast made up of Iola Evans, Asa Butterfield, Angela Griffin and even the iconic horror legend, Robert Englund himself (A Nightmare on Elm ...
19 March 2022

Broadcast Signal Intrusion review: An unnerving, intriguing story of horrors

When you notice something out of the ordinary, do you follow it's lead, or leave it in the past?  Broadcast Signal Intrusion follows James (Harry Shum Jr.), a video archivist ...

14 March 2022

House of Gucci review: Jared Leto turns true story into work of fantasy

House of Gucci was one of the films I was most excited about seeing this year. Lady Gaga is one of my favourite performers of all time, both musically and ...
8 March 2022

The Batman review: A brave, bold example of cinema done right

Batman is, as we all know, a symbol of good. He is a beacon of hope and righteousness in times of great sorrow and darkness, and the newest Batman movie ...
21 February 2022

Texas Chainsaw Massacre review: Is the Netflix legacy sequel worth watching, or should you skip it?

The new trend in the horror genre seems to be one of retconning the entirety of sequels that came after a classic original, so that a new story can be ...

15 January 2022

Scream 5 Review: A movie Wes Craven would have been proud of

Fans of the iconic horror franchise Scream are flooding cinemas this weekend, as the fifth instalment in the series has finally hit the big screen. Legacy characters Sidney Prescott, Gale ...
1 December 2021

Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas Review: A loud yet heartfelt musical with family at its heart

When Zoey (Jane Levy) finds out her family plans to split up for Christmas, it seems as though nothing will stop her from keeping them together.  Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas, which is out now ...
8 November 2021

Kate review: A predictable but entertaining action offering from Netflix

Kate follows an assassin raised to kill who is ready for retirement when she’s poisoned and left with 24 hours to live. This action flick follows our titular protagonist through the streets ...
21 October 2021

Halloween Kills Review: A huge disappointment

October is one of my favourite months of the year. I’ve always been a massive horror junkie and a big fan of the classics of the genre, so when Jamie ...

7 October 2021

REVIEW: He's All That

The She's All That gender swap movie remake, where social media is the root of the lesson and horses are what brings the leads together, arrived on Netflix a little over a ...
29 September 2021

REVIEW: Blush

When an astronaut crash lands on a small planet, it turns out to be the best thing that could’ve happened to him. An astronaut crash lands on a tiny, desolate ...

25 September 2021

REVIEW: Supernova

One man’s illness causes his partner to think about what life would be like without him; a harsh but imminent reality. Tusker (Stanley Tucci) and his partner Sam (Colin Firth) ...
20 September 2021

REVIEW: True Calling

When Josh Joseph (David Smith) decides to go against his plans and things he’s worked hard for, he gets a surprise when he travels back home to Yorkshire, and reunites ...

16 September 2021

REVIEW: The Djinn

When a young boy makes a wish for the thing he wants most in the world, a sinister presence enters his home and torments him, challenging him to survive through ...

13 September 2021

REVIEW: Come Play

If you’re looking for a new, original horror that stands out from the rest and invokes genuine fear, then look no further than Come Play... A young autistic boy named ...

9 September 2021

REVIEW: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is growing and changing in the best kind of way. While we adore the characters we’ve spent the last 13 years with, it was time ...
7 September 2021

REVIEW: Batman: The Long Halloween Part Two

The Holiday Killer is still on the loose when we rejoin the Dark Knight’s journey in Batman: The Long Halloween Part Two. Hoping to bring the criminal to justice before ...
23 August 2021

REVIEW: Luca on DVD

Today (August 23rd, 2021) marks the release of Pixar’s Luca on Digital, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray and DVD! Now everyone can enjoy the wonderful tale of an undersea boy who ...
19 August 2021

REVIEW: PIG

Nicolas Cage has been the forefront of many iconic blockbusters, such as Con Air (1997) and National Treasure (2004); he has now begun to lead smaller, more independent films such ...
17 August 2021

REVIEW: The Fear Street trilogy on Netflix

The Fear Street trilogy is the latest must-watch Netflix original. Based on R. L. Stine's book series by the same name, it follows a group of teenagers in the town ...
20 July 2021

REVIEW: The Forever Purge

The Purge franchise has been increasingly popular since its first film, simply titled The Purge, released in 2013. Since then, four more films have been added to the series, including ...

21 June 2021

REVIEW: Batman: The Long Halloween Part One

Say what you like about animated films for adults, but Batman: The Long Halloween Part One is yet another in a long line of animated Batman flicks that are essential ...
14 June 2021

Review: A Quiet Place Part II

Warning: This article contains spoilers for A Quiet Place (2018). Horrors and thrillers have been gracing cinemas for decades; some leaving us with sullen opinions, but others have left us with ...
1 June 2021

REVIEW: The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

When horror franchises reach their eighth instalment overall, they’ve usually soured and begin to lack in quality and value. Fortunately, that curse is something that the Conjuring universe appears to ...