Why Season 8 of Game of Thrones is Not Being Well Received? (Spoiler Free)

HBO© (Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen) It is fair to say that Game of Thrones has been one of the most ambitious and successful shows ever made for television. It has captivated millions and some could regard it as one of the greatest television shows ever made. At the time of writing this article, Game... Continue Reading →

Unpopular Film Opinion: Star Wars: A Phantom Menace Is Actually a Good Film.

The year is 1999, the hype and anticipation is at its highest for the Star Wars fandom. The first Star Wars in 16 years and we finally get to see the backstory to cinema's greatest villain, Darth Vader. Unfortunately, things did not go to plan and The Phantom Menace ended up upsetting a large majority... Continue Reading →

Bird Box (2018) Film Review

One of the most successful films released on Netflix, as according to Netflix themselves, 45 million people have seen the film in the first 7 days of being released on the online platform. It was time to see what all the hype was about for the Sandra Bullock horror vehicle. Bird Box stars Sandra Bullock... Continue Reading →

Ready Player One (2018) Film Review

The phenomenal pop culture haven that is Ernest Cline's novel, Ready Player One did not wait too long for it to receive a film adaptation. Who else would be better to produce a big budget 80's nostalgia ride then the guy who created most of our childhood cinematic memories, Steven Spielberg. A match made in heaven, reading... Continue Reading →

Icarus (2017) Film Review

Documentary is one of the most important genres of filmmaking. To find truth and discover the hiding of conspiracies is key to the genre. John Grierson, one of the pioneers of the genre, called documentaries the creative treatment of actualities.  The cinematic presentation of truth. Some would called that a paradox in itself but it... Continue Reading →

Baby Driver (2017) Film Review

Edgar Wright returns as director of an original film that reverts back to old classic films about bank heists, car chases and a high kicking soundtrack. Baby Driver is about a getaway driver called Baby, who owes a high ranking criminal boss, played by Kevin Spacey, a lot of money and must drive to repay... Continue Reading →

Top 100 Films #97 Dawn of the Dead (1978)

From the family animation comedy The Pagemaster to the pioneering Zombie Horror, Dawn of the Dead, is just a good indication of what to expect on this countdown. Dawn of the Dead was one of the first zombie films that hinted at the potential profitability and cultural significance that these movies could create. The film starts... Continue Reading →

Wes Craven (1939-2015)

Wes Craven passed away on the 30th of August and it has impacted the film industry hugely. Wes Craven was a master of the Horror genre and a personal hero of mine. If it wasn't for his pioneering Horror, Nightmare On Elm Street, I don't think I would be so enthralled by the medium. Horror... Continue Reading →

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