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100 Word Review – Kick-Ass 2

Stupid jet pack ending aside, I rather liked the first Kick-Ass. Not only was it very violent and funny, but it seemed aware of how ridiculous a lot of it was and just rolled with it. The […]

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2014

Comic Review – TMNT #30

Originally written for Flickering Myth “The Turtles struggle to recuperate in Northampton. Each Turtle deals with the new status quo in his own way, and each feels lost. But can they find their way to […]

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Escape Plan Review

I originally reviewed Escape Plan in 2014, and I wasn’t terribly forgiving. Whilst not planning on ever seeing it again, I now have! I don’t always remember which films I’ve reviewed, which got me thinking. […]

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2014

The Wolf of Wall Street Review

Does Leonardo DiCaprio even know what a bad film is now? Many will argue that last year’s The Great Gatsby wasn’t up to much, though I liked it myself. What couldn’t be argued was DiCaprio’s […]

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2014

Comic Review – Utrom Empire #1

Originally written for Flickering Myth “Intrigue and betrayal abound on Burnow Island! This mini-series takes us to the Technodrome where Krang’s plans to destroy the Earth are ramping up. Little does he know that Baxter […]

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2014

Grudge Match Review

A clash of not just Hollywood legends, but Hollywood boxing legends. Beginning with references to both Rocky and LaMotta whilst utilizing some surprisingly not terrible CGI to freshen up the pair, we see the two […]

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2014

Comic Review – Gateway #1

Originally written for Flickering Myth. “In a surreal setting where a red sky burns bright and the blanket of night brings a terror known only as the Dark Souls, ex-cop Jake Ryan struggles to make […]

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2014

Comic Review – Black Dynamite #1

Originally written for Flickering Myth. “The baddest kung-fu cat to ever appear on screen is coming to comics so you suckers better duck! Former CIA agent, international ladies man, and sworn ass-kicking enemy of The […]

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2014

12 Years A Slave Review

A draining experience that left me feeling as though I’d been punched in the gut. The writing, mood, and cinematography are amazing. Ejiofor deserves an Oscar more than anyone I’ve seen on film. The rest […]