• Shazam! Fury of the Gods

    Shazam! Fury of the Gods


    Shazam! Fury of the Gods on a whole a pretty straight forward and standard super hero film nothing new under the sun plus not quite as good as the previous Shazam film.
    The theme of family continues from the previous movie although it's not as effective as before seems to be lacking something.
    Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer and the rest of the children cast, are so much older now and don't seem to have the charm and likeability they…

  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

    Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2


    Wait what! Still no Paul Blart:Mall Cop 3 something ain't right.

  • Scream VI

    Scream VI


    After Scream 5 I felt like I was done with the franchise but I was tricked with giving the franchise another go with the return of Hayden Panettiere as legacy character Kirby Reed, my favourite new character from Scream 4, bringing her back to ignite nostalgia as the film suggest.
    They also tricked me back with Samara Weaving appearing so I feel a little foolish now.
    Scream 6 like all Scream films is off course meta and self aware but…

  • Freaky Friday

    Freaky Friday


    How on earth is Freaky Friday twenty years old this year when did I get so old, kinda makes me depressed it doesn't feel that long ago I was sitting watching this as a kid where does time go but anyway I digress.
    I feel like Freaky Friday 2003 still holds up today and has a few generally funny moments, I did find myself having a little chuckle even at parts I completely forgot about from last time I watched…

  • China Salesman

    China Salesman

    China Salesman is known also as Tribal Warfare, I also think I've seen it called Deadly Contract is a thrashy straight to DvD action flick according to the starting titles based on a true story.
    Being apparently based on true story it didn't get hocked enough to do any searching to find out what truly happened and if the film shown a accurate depiction of the story.
    Starring Vladimir Putin's best friend Steven Seagal (Under Siege) and ex Heavyweight champion…

  • Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest

    Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest


    Urban Harvest the second sequel in the Children of the Corn franchise and at least by memory a little better than Children of the Corn: The Final Sacrifice.
    Children of Corn which was based on a short story by Stephen King, Urban Harvest as the title suggests takes more of a city, urban location this time around.
    Two farm boys with connections to Gatlin are adopted and moved to the city.
    The creepy children and cult aspects continue from the…

  • Shade



    Shade has one or two moments and definitely has potential but slightly falls short of fully reaching that.
    Flashy and stylish and somewhat Guy Ritchie vibes but also somehow looks a little cheap at the same time and rather early two thousands in a world of hustling and poker.
    On a side note poker isn't a game I've really understood but I digress.
    Shade passed the time pretty well and kept me mostly intrigued throughout with a decent cast which…

  • End of a Gun

    End of a Gun


    I only have three points to make about End of a Gun.
    Why do these cheap straight to DvD Steven Seagal films always feel like they have been on for forever, End of a Gun is only on for around a hour and twenty five minutes but feels like a Life time.
    The dialogue and delivery surely shouldn't be this funny at least I can have a good laugh.
    I know attraction isn't about looks only but the idea of…

  • Knock at the Cabin

    Knock at the Cabin


    I've not looked at many reviews or thoughts on Knock at the Cabin but I can see it being rather Polarising.
    The latest entry from M. Night Shyamalan based on a novel,The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul G. Tremblay, a book I have not read and probably won't so I am not sure how different the film is to the novel.
    M. Night Shyamalan is definitely a mixed bag when it comes to directing, you might…

  • Husk



    Husk definitely comes across a little inspired by The Texas Chainsaw Massacre at least I get Chainsaw Massacre vibes.
    The film doesn't do much of a job of building a atmosphere, tension or developing characters instead it doesn't take long for the action to begin but it does have a reasonably short run time.
    The characters just don't do it for me, they feel very bland and unlikable especially Natalie (Tammin Sursok) I'm sorry but her character just annoyed me…

  • Burning Bright

    Burning Bright


    The film adaptation of the 1968 children's story The Tiger Who Came to Tea, is a little more violent than I expected.

  • Winter's Blood

    Winter's Blood


    Pretty decent short I randomly choose to watch this one just so happened to be a little Christmassy but it was called Winter's Blood so there was always a chance it was going be Christmas based but anyway I digress.
    I thought the main girl was on point, she did a really good job with what she had to do.
    Some nice shots which worked well with the budget never doing too much just showing enough.
    As a short what…