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Terminator Genisys Review [Less Spoilers Than The Trailers]

After the lows of Rise of the Machines and Salvation (winner of the most ironic subtitle for a movie award 2009), can Terminator Genisys bring some credibility back to the franchise? The very short...

Movies My Dad Likes: The Caine Mutiny [1954]

When it comes to movies, drama is not my preferred genre but there are a few exceptions and The Caine Mutiny is most certainly one of them. Fairly accurately based upon Herman Wouk’s Pulitzer prize...

Jurassic World Review [Spoilers]

22 years after Steven Spielberg and Industrial Light and Magic changed the face of CGI effects with Jurassic Park, the belated fourth entry arrives to take a bite out of the box office. I won’t...

Twisted Tales DVD Review

Tom Holland’s anthology web series Twisted Tales finally makes its way onto DVD, nine standalone tales of terror all written and directed by the horror maestro. Holland’s horror credentials are...

Stonehearst Asylum Review

Stonehearst Asylum is an elegantly made adaptation with atmosphere and A-listers to spare. A star-studded cast leads the way in this adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s short story The System of...

Movies My Dad Likes: The Wild Bunch [1969]

For me The Wild Bunch is director Sam Peckinpah’s finest film by a distance, perhaps helped due to the fact that he also wrote the screenplay. As with some of his other work there are extremely...

Sunday Afternoon Movie: The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty [2013]

Ben Stiller’s fifth directorial effort is his crowning glory as a filmmaker, perhaps even as an actor. A loose remake of the 1947 Danny Kaye comedy, the central premise remains the same with Mitty...

Sunday Afternoon Movie: Kung Fu Panda Double Bill

Chris – my esteemed We Love Movies compatriot and the usual author of the Sunday Afternoon Movie column – and I have different ideas about what makes a good Sunday Afternoon Movie. Where...

Frankenweenie Review

Over the years, our faith in Tim Burton has been tested. The visionary director, who primes himself on the gothic, has produced a few duds recently; most notable are his attempts at remakes. So what...

Under The Cowl – The Themes Of The Dark Knight Trilogy

By now the last thing you want is another Dark Knight Rises review. So, with this in mind, I’m going to attempt to offer something new, as I take a look at the trilogy’s themes. Of course,...