[FILM] John Wick

“John Wick doesn’t need to speak to you when all he wants to do is shoot everyone in the face.”   John Wick, a former mob hitman, is forced out of retirement in order to track down, and brutally murder, the… Read More ›

[FILM] Fifty Shades of Grey

The date is February 14th, the year 2015. All across the land bored housewives and desperate singletons experience an intense frothing of the private parts as they flock to cinemas to watch a modern masterpiece that is heralded as being… Read More ›

[FILM] Cuban Fury

 “The story was, as you might guess, very predictable, but I don’t hold that against it.” As a child, Bruce Garrett (Nick Frost) was a salsa dancing champion. He had feet of flames; Le Passion his constant companion. That is… Read More ›

[FILM] Pompeii

Wellity, I’ve collected a few choice picks from the list of May’s DVD releases. They included Her, Veronica Mars, That Awkward Moment and Pompeii. Last eve was the turn of Paul Anderson’s attempt at a blockbusting epic, so I put on… Read More ›

[FILM] Byzantium

There was no doubt in my mind that I would eventually watch this film. For two reasons. The first being the massive Irish connections and the second being vampires. I like vampires. And I’m not talking the teen sparkly angst… Read More ›

[FILM] Riddick

I was really looking forward to seeing Riddick, so much so that I purposely avoided everything written about it just in case it tainted my perception or ruined any elements of the movie for me. If I’m honest, now that I have… Read More ›

[FILM] The World’s End

The third and final installment of The Cornetto Trilogy; The World’s End brings to a close the stories of quirky, unexpected and novel films that I have enjoyed for years. While not quite bettering Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz in my… Read More ›