Meatspace (Pilot) Review

So I’ve been given my first review copy of a piece of media to review on this blog, that being the pilot episode for Meatspace written and directed by William Carlisle. Now before I begin there is something that should be addressed about my criticisms, that being that the pilot episode is unfinished meaning that… Continue reading Meatspace (Pilot) Review

CK Movie Challenge: Review of the film I hate the most: Pain and Gain

So I’ve decided to take part in the Cinematic Katzenjammer Movie Challenge and the first thing I’ve decided to do for it is to review the film I hate the most and there is only really one candidate for it. Sure there are films like Batman and Robin, Twilight, You Got Served and The Waterboy… Continue reading CK Movie Challenge: Review of the film I hate the most: Pain and Gain

1984-a-thon: Firestarter Review

This month, Todd of Forgotten Films is hosting a 1984-a-thon, looking at as many films released in 1984 as possible. As part of this, I am taking a look at that years big adaptation of a Stephen King book with Firestarter.The plot concerns Charlie McGee, the daughter of Andy McGee and Vicky Tomlinson, who were… Continue reading 1984-a-thon: Firestarter Review

Politic-a-thon 2: Milk Review

So we’ve come to the final film in Politic-a-thon 2, and I think it’s best to end with another excellent film looking at gay rights activism in the 1970s, Gus Van Sant’s Milk. I feel this is the best film to end with because of how important stuff presented in the film is today with… Continue reading Politic-a-thon 2: Milk Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Out of all the blockbusters coming out this summer, Guardians of the Galaxy seemed like the biggest risk. Giving a team of obscure heroes to a director who has never had a mainstream hit and started out working with Troma must have sounded insane on paper but the trailer have helped make it one of… Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Politic-a-thon 2: Frost/Nixon Review

So today is the final film in the sub-set of reviews focused on Richard Nixon, with this film focusing on the aftermath of Watergate, in particular a key event in which Nixon essentially confessed to a cover-up; the interviews he did with David Frost. These interviews were such an important event in the political landscape… Continue reading Politic-a-thon 2: Frost/Nixon Review