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  • REVIEW: Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049 Rated R for violence, some sexuality, nudity and language. Got the chance to watch this one yesterday night in original language, skipping...

  • The Rock Sucks

      I’ve been bothered by this for a while now. The Rock, Dwayne Johnson. The man came to Hollywood with great expectations thrown his way....

  • REVIEW: Get Out (2017)

    There is one film that has caused somewhat of a sensation in the United States of America ever since it premiered in the last Sundance...

  • REVIEW: Logan (2017)

    We live in the era of comic book movies no doubt. To me it All Began in 2002 the Monday morning following the weekend release...

  • REVIEW: New Jack City (1991)

    The other day I was looking over the list of films that were nominated for the Academy Awards and while I was reading the list...

  • REVIEW: John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)

    In 2014 a movie was released titled “John Wick” starring Keanu Reeves. I remember going to the cinema to watch it not knowing too much...

  • REVIEW: Belly Of The Beast (2003)

    2003 was the year the human genome was finally sequenced by science. It was the year Saddam Hussein was captured and the year China launched...

  • REVIEW: Funeral In Berlin (1966)

    “I’m not killing anybody in cold blood” Michael Caine’s second outing as everyman spy Harry Palmer is a twisty thriller with plenty of double-crosses and...

  • REVIEW: The Sea Wolves (1980)

    Fogeys versus Fascists or Atticus Finch and James Bond machine gun Nazis.  The Sea Wolves is a funny, entertaining and occasionally bloody ‘men on mission’...

  • REVIEW: Flatfoot (1973)

    ‘You hit me harder than Muhammed Ali!’ Bud Spencer stars as tough Inspector ‘Flatfoot’ Ritso in this action packed Italian detective film.  In the movie,...

  • REVIEW: The Ipcress File (1965)

    The Ipcress File deglamorizes the spy business.  Director Sidney J. Furie emphasizes its banality, mundaneness and structured bureaucratic nature.  Instead of fast cars, exotic locations and beautiful...

  • REVIEW: The Osterman Weekend (1983)

    This 1983 version of author Robert Ludlum’s (The Bourne Identity) novel deals with voyeurism, surveillance, corruption and madness and stars Rutger Hauer, John Hurt and...

  • REVIEW: The Fourth Protocol (1987)

    Harry Palmer versus 90’s James Bond, or so it seems in this tense and suspenseful 1987 Cold War thriller from bestselling espionage author, Frederick Forsyth...

  • UPDATED: Ghostbusters Bomb Watch

    UPDATED:  Well some people might think we’re gloating here and, well, they’d be right.  Correct.  We are.  That said, how does a $70 million loss...

  • REVIEW: Eraser (1996)

    Hard to believe “Eraser” came out 20 years ago. Is 1996 truly the last golden year of big, bravado, larger-than-life action filmmaking? I mean, it...

  • REVIEW: 52 Pick-Up (1986)

    Movie Review: 52-Pick Up (1986) What to expect: John Frankenheimer, Elmore Leonard and Roy Scheider at the top of their game. I think this film,...

  • REVIEW: Skiptrace (2016)

    Movie Review: Skiptrace (2016) What to expect: An okay summer film that’s a bit of the old Chan we’ve enjoyed, but forgettable. I used to...

  • REVIEW: Nice Guys (2016)

    I’ve watched this one with two expectations, can I get a fucking decent movie this year ? And beyond that, if Shane Black still has...

  • Cameron Announces Fifth Avatar Movie

    Bitterly disappointing news here, courtesy of the BBC. Jim Cameron has announced that he’s planning to make not just a second, third and fourth, but...

  • REVIEW: Heart Of America (2002)

    Heart of America (2002) Director: Uwe Boll Starring: Michael Pare, Jurgen Prochnow, Maria Conchita Alonso, Brendan Fletcher, Lochlyn Munroe As many of us eagerly await...

  • REVIEW: The Seasoning House (2012)

    Review: The Seasoning House (2012) Director: Paul Hyett Starring: Sean Pertwee, Rosie Day, Kevin Howarth Following hot on the heels of The Horseman, here’s another...

  • REVIEW: The Horseman (2008)

    Review: The Horseman (2008) Director: Steven Kastrissios Starring: Peter Marshall, Caroline Marohasy and Brad McMurray From Mad Max to Wolf Creek, Australia has managed to...

  • 1st Still & Character Posters For Iko Uwais’ Upcoming ‘Headshot’

    I heard Iko Uwais was in the new Star Wars. Haven’t seen it, not really interested. But I am keeping my eye on an upcoming...