Tag Archive: review

CLUEDO 2.0 – THE NEXT GENERATION

“No Philip, you don’t understand. The murderer is in this envelope!” The frustration in my mum’s voice was noticeable, even to my six year old self. For as long as I could remember… Continue reading

On the First Day of Christmas…

On the First Day of Christmas my true love gave to me… a cosy night with the family… I adore Christmas. Plain and simple. Through the years since childhood it’s symbolic and historic reasoning… Continue reading

The Reality of Roseanne

“Obama will get my weed when he pries it out of my cold dead fingers!” – Roseanne, 2012 Roseanne Barr has never been one to mince her words. Her views on the world… Continue reading

Silent Hill Movie Analysis: Part One

The long and tumultuous relationship between movies and games is a well documented one. There are countless reviews and websites that discuss the sordid details, but not here. Instead I will take an… Continue reading

Cary Grant Builds His Dream Movie

Monday morning. Another one. I’ve always wondered exactly which Monday it was in the history of time that started off the grand tradition of the Monday Blues. Did Homo Erectus beat his chest… Continue reading

Miss. Congeniality 3: The Heat

“The Heat” 2012 117 Minutes 15 Certificate Dir: Paul Feig Starring: Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Marlon Wayans Halfway through what I am now dubbing The X-Rated Miss Congeniality, Melissa McCarthy’s crass and overbearing… Continue reading

Meanwhile in San Francisco

For what has been dubbed “the worst film ever made” it is a good turn out at The Belmont Picturehouse for their screening of “The Room“. I cautiously take my seat in the… Continue reading

LIVE FILM REVIEW – “The Tall Man”

BEWARE! SPOILERS! This is just a little experiment, I’m going to see how it goes… But I’ve put the DVD of “The Tall Man“, a 2012 horror/thriller vehicle for Jessica Biel, into my… Continue reading

The Dark Knight Trilogy

Looking down at my ticket I see I’m in Screen 1, Row E, Seat 8. This is where I’m going to be living for the next nine hours as I enter The Belmont… Continue reading

It’s an Artistic Smash!

“The Artist” is an artistic smash! It is somewhat laughable how a silent black and white film made in the 21st century and released in the year 2012 makes you, as an audience… Continue reading