Venom

Team Talk – Venom

Shrouded by rumours of production difficulties and creative differences in the cutting room, Ruben Fleischer’s iteration of Venom hit cinemas this week with the almost universally preconceived – perhaps...
King Of Thieves

King of Thieves – Review

With so many great heist movies already in existence, many even involving the great Michael Caine (see: The Italian Job, Gambit, Get Carter), it’s a wonder that Marsh felt the need to tell a story so...
Pineapple express

Top 10 Stoner Comedies

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since the release of Pineapple Express back in 2008. But there it is – and the world’s perception and acceptance of marijuana has changed a massive amount...
THE DARKEST MINDS FILM Panel

The Darkest Minds – Review

Clearly, there are a million and one other dystopian teen flicks that The Darkest Minds could be compared to – The Hunger Games, Divergent, even X-Men, to name but a few. But honestly, it feels unfair to...

The First Purge – Review

With growing fears that the world is entering into a new Cold War and Donald Trump roaming the halls of the White House, the ideas presented in The Purge feel more relevant and timely than ever. But where The...

The Purge in the Age of Trump

Prior to 2017, the inauguration of Donald Trump as the President of the United States seemed like an impossibility. Even after he was voted into power, there was confusion and calls for recount. Just like...

Super Troopers 2 – Review

It’s been 15 years since Broken Lizard’s first instalment of Super Troopers (2001), a film that, while sitting comfortably within the cult-comedy category, was never considered more than a B-movie. Which...

Gringo – Review

Sold as a dark action-comedy, and boasting a surprisingly A-list cast, Gringo has all the makings of a successful crime drama right from the outset. The film follows Harold (Oyelowo), a down-on-his-luck...

The 15:17 to Paris – Review

When it comes to films that portray true acts of heroism, it feels uncompassionate to do anything other than praise them. However, sometimes we’re left in the sticky position where there really isn’t that...

Den of Thieves – Review

If you’ve watched Gudegast and Butler’s previous collaboration, London Has Fallen, then you probably already know what to expect from their most recent crime caper: lots of guns, lots of explosions, and an...