Once again, readers, we return to the wonderful world of the Netflix Original. There’s certainly a lot of them about, but whilst most of them tend to be pseudo-historical tosh in the way of Frontier or The Crown, reboots or re-imaginings like Arrested Development and whatever’s left of House Of Cards or just another sodding Marvel adaptation, every now and […]Read more "Godless – Review"
Well seeing as my level of humour for most things seems to mainly involve sarcasm and puns so awful that I like to think they go full circle and actually become good, the potential for ursine wordplay is absolutely phenomenal in something like the Paddington series, but I’ll try to avoid stooping to that level so […]Read more "Paddington 2 – Review"
It’s a frequently overlooked fact that when people beam and say ‘Oh the 80’s were so great’, they’re usually referring to America in the 80’s and pretty much nowhere else. See over here in the UK we had horrible things like Margaret Thatcher, miners strikes, the Falklands War and the slow but steady collapse of Britain’s […]Read more "6 Days – Review"
One of the many things I love about this, for want of a better word, “job” is the research that I end up doing for each piece. And before you pounce for the comment section, when I say research I don’t mean just looking things up on Wikipedia (although Christ knows how I’d do this “job” […]Read more "Murder On The Orient Express – Review"
Ahh it’s that time of year again, where the shadows lengthen, pumpkins magically acquire hand-carved faces and it becomes socially acceptable to dress up as serial killers or impersonate a member of the authorities. Yes, it’s Halloween, and no Halloween would be complete without a bit of old-fashioned cosmic horror from another dimension to come […]Read more "Stranger Things 2 – Review"
Oh I have not been looking forward to this. This isn’t just any old Hollywood tosh I can take apart in an hour or two, this is Blade Runner: 2049, the long-awaited sequel to the era- and genre-defining Ridley Scott classic. I mean at this stage, charging into this film and trying to find fault with […]Read more "Blade Runner: 2049 – Review"
Did you think that I had forgotten you? The global political being what it is, I feel that citing Frank Underwood for the sake of an opening giggle isn’t perhaps the best policy, but I do think it’s rather fitting, for I have not forgotten you, dear readers and spam bots. It’s been a bit […]Read more "PSA (Yup, I still do these)"