Happy Death Day Review

On the day of her birthday, Tree wakes up in strange guys room and as she navigates through the day, she soon learns it will be her last, as she is stalked and killed. Instead of dying she wakes up again, only to relive the day over and over. Tree begins to go through the... Continue Reading →

The Little Hours Review

Based on the collection of novellas, The Decameron, by Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio, The Little Hours is an outrageous raunchy comedy that follows a young man who takes refuge in a convent in an effort to escape his master. During his stay, the young man realises the sisters at the convent might not behave the... Continue Reading →

Blade Runner 2049 Review (Spoiler Free)

SPOILER FREE Steve Frosty Weintraub, of Collider.com, said it is impossible to fully review Blade Runner 2049 without giving away spoilers and he is right. As such, this will be a short review and will remain spoiler free. After I have seen the movie a second time I will release a spoiler heavy review. Thirty... Continue Reading →

The Lego Ninjago Movie Review

When a young boy enters a mysterious oriental shop and meets the wise old shopkeeper, he learns the story of Lloyd, The Green Ninja. They are transported to the Lego World of Ninjago, a Lego City in which the evil Lord Garmadon wishes to take over. Trying to stop him are the Ninjas, six high... Continue Reading →

Battle of the Sexes Review

After being crowned number 1 in the world, Woman’s Champion Billie Jean King creates the WTA in an effort to create equal pay for women tennis players. As the competition grows Billie Jean gains the attention of men’s former number one Bobby Riggs, who wants to make a show out of him versus King, The... Continue Reading →

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review

Following up from the events of the first movie, Eggsy is now working in the Kingsman tailor shop until he is confronted by a former Kingsman recruit forcing him to look into The Golden Circle. After their headquarters is destroyed, Eggsy and Merlin travel to America where they meet their US cousins in The Statesmen.... Continue Reading →

American Assassin Review

After losing his fiancé in a brutal terror attack, Mitch Rapp decides to take revenge on those responsible. When his efforts to infiltrate the terrorist cell gain the attention of the CIA, Mitch is placed into the Orion program where he will learn how to become a lethal assassin. As Mitch begins his first mission,... Continue Reading →

Colossal Review

Colossal may be one of the strangest concepts I have seen in a film this year, I still have no idea how the idea came to writer/director Nacho Vigalondo. Anne Hathaway stars as Gloria, an out of work alcoholic partier who has to move back to her small town home after her boyfriend Tim (Dan... Continue Reading →

IT (2017) Review

Stephen King has written many novels and short stories over the years, with many of them being turned into films, some of them good, some great and some bad. IT was adapted as a TV movie back in 1990, and 27 years later IT returns. In the small town of Derry, Maine, something evil haunts... Continue Reading →

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