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Category Archive: Movie Reviews, Movies my Dad Likes, Slider

Movies My Dad Likes: Our Man In Havana [1959]

If you’re feeling down because it won’t stop raining outside and you need a good pick me up, then why not watch the movie Our Man in Havana. Based on the book by Graham Greene, who also wrote the...

Honest Trailer: Blade Runner [1982]

With the sequel released this week, the good people at Screen Junkies have delivered a timely relook at Ridley Scott’s sci-fi groundbreaker, Blade Runner. To any student of cinema, Blade Runner...

Everything Wrong With Blade Runner

As if by magic those clever folks at Cinema Sins have released their Everything Wrong with Blade Runner video just before the long-awaited sequel arrives in cinemas. Directed by the once visionary...

Cage Dive and the Evolution of Sharks on Screen

“And the thing about a shark is he’s got lifeless eyes. Black eyes. Like a doll’s eyes. When he comes at ya, he doesn’t even seem to be livin’… ’til he bites ya, and those black...

Doctor Who’s Tom Baker Years: Seven Seasons, Seven Classic Episodes

The question, “Who’s your Doctor?” has been asked ever since the Time Lord first regenerated back in 1966. For many, the answer is simple: Tom Baker. With his manic energy, colourful...

The Bleeder Review

The Bleeder (formerly titled Chuck) could have so easily been another sporting biopic by numbers, but Director Philippe Falardeau delivers an exquisitely crafted film led by a never better Liev...

Martin Scorsese Producing Standalone Joker Origins Movie

In an unexpected move from Warner Bros and DC Films, Martin Scorsese will produce a standalone origin story for The Joker with The Hangover director Todd Philips at the helm. The surprise...

Movies My Dad Likes: Breakheart Pass [1975]

As far as I know, Breakheart Pass was the only western story written by the great Alistair McClean but what a riveting tale it is. His screenplay version of the story for the movie does not...

The History of the Found Footage Genre in Six Films

Stumble across an old camera (often one which has been bloodied, buried or burned), press play and watch in horror as the happy home movie scenes turn to terrifying images straight out of our worst...