John Cena in The Wall

The Wall Review

I have not taken on-board the fact that my daughter always wakes up between 6am and 7am. So I still go to bed between 11pm and 12pm and wonder why I’m not as fresh as […]

XXX vs the First Order

A Bit of Pew Pew #15

What a miserable git My last X-wing piece centered on two things – putting things into perspective with facts, and the start of 2.0 with a fantastic tournament at Entoyment in Poole. Two and a […]

Jurassic Park in Concert

Jurassic Park in Concert

Jurassic Park is an amazing film. It’s wonder and danger has wowed me since I was eight years old, and it still holds that power. A birthday present from my Wife presented a new opportunity; to […]

The Death of Stalin

The Death of Stalin Review

With The Death of Stalin writer/director Armando Iannucci has crafted a fine tale that deftly walks a tightrope of emotions, veering from the truly ghastly to the hilarious. It takes liberties with history, but as […]

Joaquin Phoenix ou Were Never Really Here

You Were Never Really Here Review

Whether by muscular stride or by hammer strike, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joe thuds his way through a life full of tragedy. A lonely and violent existence, punctuated by checking on his elderly Mother or discovering his […]


Ghost Rider Review

With a set of performances that veer from manic to pathetic to bored, Ghost Rider is a noisy mess that tries to fool you into thinking it’s doing a lot when really it barely hangs […]


Onimusha PS2 Review

Onimusha: Warlords was the first PlayStation 2 game to sell over a million copies. What an achievement! You would be think that a game that sold over 2 million copies would be more widely and […]


Arrival Review

I guess this is less a review and more a ‘lessons learned’. It’s a shame that Arrival became the basis of learning them: Some films should not be watched on a plane. Just because you […]