Cut Short: Tremors (1990)

Tremors is a good film for one very simple reason; it is the perfect template to base any creature feature on. If you take the structure of Tremors, swap around characters, locations and monsters, you'd have an eerily similar but nonetheless good creature feature. Perhaps because of this, however, it has dated a tad. A... Continue Reading →

Clash of the Titans (1981) Review

Though a little late to the party, the original Clash of the Titans is one of those, among Jason and the Argonauts and The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, that I've heard been called 'a classic' due to it's adventurous story, famous cast and special effects work. I haven't seen the latter two films, both of... Continue Reading →

Cut Short: Spencer (2021)

This normally isn't the type of film that would interest me, but my surprise enticement with the Crown on Netflix urged me to give this film a go too. It follows Princess Diana on the Christmas weekend she decided to end things between herself and her husband, Prince Charles. The best part about this film... Continue Reading →

An Epilogue to Halloween

Halloween isn't over. It's frightful that I must start this epilogue to my review series with a reminder that we're still due a 2022 film called Halloween Ends, which will wrap-up the reboot of the franchise that started with the 2018 film. Rest assured, I'll be back to review that movie when the time comes,... Continue Reading →

The Lighthouse (2019) Review

The Lighthouse is a film I was drawn to specifically because Willem Dafoe was in it. I'm not even a huge follower of his work; I know him from Spiderman, Aquaman, Death Note and Mr Bean's Holiday, which are (with the exception of Spiderman) probably some of his lesser roles considering how much he's done.... Continue Reading →

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