Dunkirk Review

I had the curtains drawn, the lights off, and the sound as loud as I could get away with. Sadly, that wasn’t enough to make Dunkirk the spectacle it clearly should have been. I am […]

Rambo: Last Blood

Rambo: Last Blood Review

Threadbare and mean-spirited, Rambo: Last Blood confirms a suspicion of mine. Stallone completely fluked Rambo: First Blood. He must have! First Blood is a truly great film, shining a light on PTSD and feelings of […]


Rambo (2008) Review

The Rambo films vary wildly in their quality. Stallone has used each installment to bring attention to a different situation – POWs, Afghanistan, Burma – but the second and third films couldn’t match First Blood, […]


Dredd Review

Despite a huge swell of support on it’s home release, and several rumours over the years, Dredd never got the sequel it deserved. Maybe it didn’t stack up business wise, but fuck the industry for […]

In Bruges

In Bruges Review

A pair of hitmen hole up ‘In Bruges’, Belgium, and wait for a call. I think we can all agree that it’s hardly a mind-blowing premise. Yet, In Bruges manages to hit the whole gamut […]

Hollow Man

Hollow Man Review

Did you know that Hollow Man was directed by Paul Verhoeven? This new information, discovered via Wikipedia during an ad break, has definitely changed how I view it so it seemed reasonable to finally review […]

London Has Fallen

London Has Fallen Review

Olympus Has Fallen was a decent action film, with Butler on good form in very patriotic take on Die Hard. London Has Fallen is a horrifically racist and Islamophobic film that has no place being […]