16 April 2012

Cabin in the Woods

This film has every hallmark to be a standard horror film: Woods, Check. Cabin, Check. Woods and Cabin mentioned in the title so minimal plot explanation is required, Check. However unlike the face of The Cabin in the Woods, something lies beneath the surface just waiting to come out.

Wrath Of The Titans

After the disaster that was Clash of the Titans, little hope and low expectations were the order of the day. Sadly Sam Worthington returns as Perseus, picking up 10 years after he defeated the Kracken. This time, we have found out he has returned to living as a human, looking after his son. Zeus and the other God on the other hand are loosing their powers, it is up to Perseus to rescue the Gods and save humanity.

Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists!

It's hard to believe that it has been 7 years since the last Aardman stop-animation film. The mediocre Flushed Away and Arthur Christmas are the only two films to come from the company during that time. So it is with high expectations that "Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists!" be released. It has all the trademarks of the type of film you'd expect from the studios that brought us Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run. But, how does it stack up?

09 April 2012

Streetdance 2 3D

Streetdance is the UK's answer to the slick, sexy and damn right decent Step Up films. Filmed entirely in three dimensions, the aim of this film series is to show what the British Isles can show to the rest of the world. Streetdance 3D showed that we can do it - albeit with a dodgy northern accent and terrible story. Streetdance 2 3D is here to just show off.

04 April 2012

Hunger Games

Settling into the familiar chair and placing my drink in it’s holder, I began to watch the Hunger Games and the first thing that hits is it’s very adult premise, 12 districts of a futuristic country known as Panem (America if you are wondering) have been exiled from the rest of the country due to a past uprising. As punishment, one teenage boy and another teen girl both between the ages of 12-18 from each district must be selected for the Hunger Games – a televised sport where contestants fight to the death. Only one can win.


This is my little blog on which I will share my opinions and thoughts on the latest movies that are around in the cinema world today. I give honest and candid opinions on the films and am definitely not paid by anyone to say a good thing about a film.