Film Club is an idea that I have been toying with for a while now. Originally it was a feature I was going to do on my own where once a month I would try to dissect a film, whether it be a renowned classic or something more modern. After a while though, I thought this was a feature best suited to multiple reviews, from various perspectives. With that I emailed a few fellow bloggers who were more than willing to get on board with the idea and help me out, and Film Club was born.
This past weekend saw one of the biggest conventions in the UK take place at Earl’s Court in London.
The London Film and Comic Con, to give the event its full name, promised to be a spectacular event. The LFCC brought together cosplayers, collectors, sellers and of course a huge amount of special guests. Read the rest of this entry »
Director: Michael Bay Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz & Jack Reynor Synopsis: “A mechanic and his family join the Autobots as they are targeted by a bounty hunter from another world.” Rating: 12A Runtime: 165 minutes
“After all we have done, humans are hunting us. But I fear we are all targets now.”
Transformers: Age of Extinction is an incredibly hard film to try to review. To a degree, there is no point in even trying to review it. I mean, if people paid attention to any sort of critics thoughts, then the fourth instalment in the Transformers series would have been one of the biggest flops of all time, but instead it could end up being one of the highest grossing films of the year. Read the rest of this entry »
This weekend see’s one of the biggest comic conventions of the year for UK residents.
The London Film and Comic Con will be held at Earl’s Court Two in London, and will run from Friday 11th – Sunday 13th July.
Guests include the likes Michael Biehn, George Romero, Summer Glau, Jason Mewes, Lena Headey, Michael Madsen, Milo Ventimiglia, Sharni Vinson, John Hurt and the great Stan Lee in his final official European date. Read the rest of this entry »
Hi there everyone. I just wanted to let you know, if you couldn’t tell already, that I’ve given the blog a new look. I’ve taken on a new design that is a little cleaner and a little bit more professional than the last one.
Personally I really like it and hope to be sticking with this one for a while now.
Why am I telling you this? Well, I’m a little vain but also I wanted to get your opinion on things. So, go ahead and tell me what you like, what you don’t like, is there anything that I’ve missed and should have included, is the site easy to navigate and can anything be improved on?
Please be honest, but lets not be mean, and give me your full opinion on the new theme. I really do value your opinions and greatly appreciate the readership I have built up, so anything you have to say will always be taken into consideration.
I look forward to reading your thoughts.
After facing some technical difficulties on behalf of Talk Talk, it would now seem that everything is back up and running.
I had been without the internet for what seemed like an eternity due to my internet service provider going AWOL on me. However, things do seem to be running smoothly for the mean time which means I will finally be able to start publishing articles again.
I have a few articles in mind, and all being well, this Sunday should see the first post for a monthly feature known as Film Club.
I have got together some of the best talent WordPress has to offer, and we will be tackling a different film each month with the intention of reviewing said film and sharing our thoughts with you wonderful people.
Once again, I’m sorry to anyone who wondered where all the new content has gone from this site, and I apologise to anyone if I’ve missed any emails or Tweets and so on so forth, but I will be doing my best to get back on top of things now.