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Ranking The Live-Action Transformers Films

With Bumblebee soon concluding its run at the cinema and enthusiastic talk of a sequel being at its peak, now is the best time to look back at the live-action Transformers films and see how the series stands up. Read More…

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12 Films To Look Forward To In 2019

2019 is setting itself up to be a memorable year in film. There are superheroes galore, the end of the Avengers, shape-shifting clowns, doppelgangers and a hitman who must fight through one of the toughest cities in the world. There’s plenty of choice, but here are 12 films I am particularly looking forward to. Read More…

Talking Films: Broken Flowers (2005)

There are some films that are simply destined to stay with you. Broken Flowers, released in 2005 and directed by Jim Jarmusch is one such film. Ironically, I’ve only seen Broken Flowers three times – twice when it was released on DVD and once again just recently. Saying you’ve only seen one of your favourite films less than a handful of times may seem like a bad joke, but the sheer staying power of Broken Flowers is a testament to how good it really is. Read More…

The Fog (1980)

Made just two years after Halloween, The Fog finds director John Carpenter high on confidence and full of the strut that classic film would bring to any up and coming director. The Fog is John Carpenter’s fourth feature-length film and sees the director not only learning his craft quickly, but also learning how to navigate the Hollywood studio system. Having his name above the title may seem like cocky arrogance, but instead is the stroke of man who wants people to know exactly who made this film. Read More…

Top 10 Films of 2017

Top 10 lists are always a bit of a pain to come up with. They only really represent the tastes of the author and can never be all-encompassing. But, as it  is that time of year again, here are my Top 10 Films of 2017. A full list can be viewed here if you wish. Also, I didn’t have much time to put this together, so like AMC and The Last Jedi, please note there are no words here – this is a decision made by the editor and not a fault with your computer. Read More…

Top 10 Films Of 2016

It’s that time of year again where film bloggers everywhere compile their lists looking back at what 2016 had to offer. It’s unlikely that anyone will look back on 2016 as a vintage year, but there were enough good films released to prevent it from truly sucking. With that, here are my top 10 films of the year. Read More…

Top 10 Films of 2015

One of the ironies of writing about films is that you simply can’t cover them all on your own. Dedicated websites with a team of writers are able to cover a lot more films than one man and as such there may be some omissions here. While it is true that I have not seen some of the bigger releases in 2015 I will not to be deterred and I have compiled a list of the films from 2015 which I believe are some of the best the year had to offer. Read More…

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