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What a delightfully deranged and electrifying treat James Wan has cooked up here. Splashes of Dario Argento, De Palma, Cronenberg and early Sam Rami mixed in with Wan's hard hitting sleek modern horror sensibilities give way to a film that is a supremely joyous gonzo giallo throwback horror affair somehow snuck into a major studio film. Within the first few minutes like the best films Wan teaches you how to watch it, you're either in or you're out for this…
| KONG: SKULL ISLAND (2017) –
Director of Kong Skull Island Jordan Vogt-Roberts has discovered something of a mortal coil for the cinema screen, he swirls you into a giddy existential whirl where it’s impossible to believe what you’re seeing is on a giant cinema screen for a mere but not worthy £8 a pop.
He's crafted the Fury Road of 2017, a reminder of the adventure and visual language to be had in the blockbuster if we let it.…