Top 7 Episodes of Rick and Morty (Season 1 – Season 3)

The popular Adult Swim show, Rick and Morty, has just signed a new deal with the network for 70 new episodes to be commissioned. A unprecedented amount to be given if you take in the fact that at this current time of writing there are only 31 episodes of the actual show. This is great news as Rick... Continue Reading →

5 TV Shows Brought Back From Cancellation

A few days ago Brooklyn Nine Nine was cancelled by FOX after a very successful and popular 5 seasons. Once news travelled of it's cancellation fans flocked to twitter to make FOX notice their anger at their decision. #NineNine and #RenewB99 was trending and celebrities such as Sean Astin, Lin Manuel-Miranda and Mark Hamill also... Continue Reading →

Top 100 Films. 75. The Cowboys (1972)

For every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday my Dad would have control of the TV. My Dad would watch the stereotypical 'Dad fare'. He would watch war films and westerns. John Wayne was a constant in the western genre. I had to watch a lot of John Wayne films, some were bad, some were good.... Continue Reading →

Wild Wild Country (2018) TV Review

Netflix's vast array of original documentaries are usually very good. Making a Murderer, Jim and Andy and 13th are a few examples of this. Wild Wild Country is another original documentary that unveils a hidden history of America and looks into the fantastical and outlandish, with a story of a commune that resided in a small town in... Continue Reading →

Diamonds Are Forever (1971) Film Review

Sean Connery returns as Bond and Shirley Bassey returns to perform one of the most iconic Bond songs. Diamonds Are Forever starts off with Bond looking to kill Blofeld for killing his wife in the previous film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Bond kills Blofeld and then is assigned to a mission to investigate someone trying to steal... Continue Reading →

Isle of Dogs (2018) Film Review

Wes Anderson returns back to the world of animation. Instead of Foxes, Anderson decides to enter the world of canines through a Japanese style of visual wonderment. After the successful Grand Budapest Hotel, can Isle of Dogs hold a candle to Anderson's previous outing? In a dystopian futuristic Japan, the Mayor, Mayor Kobayashi, hates dogs... Continue Reading →

Annihilation (2018) Film Review

Alex Garland's new film that was theatrically released in North America but released through Netflix in the UK. If there is one negative about Netflix's distribution model is that this film would of been fantastic in the cinema. Annihilation stars Natalie Portman playing Lena, a former US soldier whose husband, Kane, goes missing after going on... Continue Reading →

Blockers (2018) Film Review

What if American Pie was with girls and that the parents wanted to stop the girls have sex? Mix in pro-wrestler John Cena and a funny butt chugging scene, you have Blockers, but so much more. Three high school girls go the prom with the intention to lose their virginity. Their protective parents find out about their sex pact and... Continue Reading →

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