Slender Man deserved better than this.
Slender Man deserved better than this.
If you stumble upon this Netflix Original movie, look, there is a lot of penis in this movie and there is no way to go around that.
Although Ant-Man is in the title and movie, this is very much the Wasp’s movie and considering I thought Evangeline Lilly was wasted in the first film (Ant-Man) in 2015, I’ll gladly take it.
Avengers: Infinity War is one of the most anticipated movies in pop-culture of recent memory, second only to The Force Awakens. I will not be spoiling anything for you, don't fret.
Simon Spier is -- as he describes himself -- a pretty normal kid, and with a pretty good life. He goes to school, hangs out with his friends and has a loving mother, father and sister. Just one problem: he’s hiding a secret from everyone, a secret he’s afraid to share -- Simon is gay.
Stumble. Trip. Drop. Scream. You will die. A Quiet Place sets up the premise and danger within it’s opening fifteen minutes as we see just how fast the mysterious creatures roaming Earth will respond and kill you if you make anything above a husky whisper, and it's fast.
After years of really bad movies based on video game properties, ranging from Uwe Ball messes to the sub-par Assassins Creed in 2016, we haven't had a decent movie based on a game franchise yet... til now.
Black Panther is the freshest taste of the MCU we’ve received since Guardians of the Galaxy, and in many ways, it’s more exciting and different than any of the other films in Marvel's stable, even though yeah, Black Panther is set on Earth.
Justice League isn’t as bad as Suicide Squad, and if that’s all you need to hear to want to watch it, have at it. If you had high hopes that Wonder Woman set a new bar for quality earlier this year, and Justice League would follow, I’m sorry to say -- no, it did not.
In The Babysitter, McG delivers a completely bonkers, stylised and immature horror-comedy straight to Netflix -- and I kinda like it.
Happy Death Day, directed by Christopher Landon (who previously worked on a lot of The Paranormal Activity films), wears its inspiration on its sleeve. The Universal logo opens and blinks out before restarting three times over -- it’s cute at best. Yes! This is a horror movie inspired so very obviously by Groundhog Day.
My head was swirling as I left the cinema having just watched Blade Runner 2049. I sat in my car for 10 minutes just to process the film I had just watched -- pondering its beauty, its brutality and working my mind through the many questions it had left me. This is the sign of an amazing film -- an amazing piece of art -- that has your body overcome with a euphoria like I had, left wanting to dissect its pieces, for all the right reasons.
Matthew Vaughn returns to the director's chair with writing partner Jane Goldman to give another chapter in the Kingsman series. If you're a fan of the first film, you should be in for a good time here. If you hated it's outlandish humour and violence, you should probably skip this one.
Stephen King’s IT got an adaptation in 1990 in the form of a TV mini-series, this new adaptation from Andy Muschietti features a higher budget, but once again a very creepy clown.
Mother! Is absolutely not going to be for everyone, but hey, this is a Darren Aronofsky film and if you didn’t like Black Swan, Requiem For a Dream or Pi, you probably won’t like this film from the writer/director either.
This adaptation from director Adam Wingard isn’t the high budget live-action version fans have been waiting for -- it is something different, and you have to go in knowing that to even try watching it.
Kumail Nanijani and Emily V. Gordon's comedy romance based on their true story together is something special, and more than the simple romantic-comedy it may look like from the outset.
A prequel, to the prequel-spin-off from The Conjuring franchise sounds like a convoluted C-grade movie mess; however, Annabelle: Creation isn’t the low-tier product and horror fodder it may appear to be.
The war for the planet of the apes has come after the dawn, which was after the rise of the planet -- yeah, the movie titles are stupid, but it has never affected the quality of this rebooted franchise.
Dunkirk is unlike any war movie I have ever seen. It's nearly a silent film and features one of the most honest takes on war I have watched on-screen. There is no fluff in Christopher Nolan’s latest masterpiece - it feels genuine, respectful and brutal, without using realistic violence and blood to emphasise the direness of war, and particularly this moment in time at Dunkirk.