Underwater Review

The last few months have given me abundant time to revisit a few movies released earlier this year. Some of which might have otherwise passed me by. One such candidate was the aquatic action horror…


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The Invisible Man Review

In recent years, the trope of the invisible man has become something of a punchline in TV and movies, relegated to satirical superhero media such as the one-note joke character of the Vanisher in…


Dunkirk Review

This review is spoiler free.It is perhaps predictable to say the latest summer war movie is “not like other war movies,” but I think on this occasion with Nolan’s Dunkirk, a case can be made. Most…


The Lure Review

Before I even start, a word of advice to men. If a woman is telling you there’s no need to fear, she wont eat you? She’s probably going to eat you.  This modernized, sexified, Little Mermaid with a…


Logan Review

Logan is, without a doubt, the best of the three Wolverine movies. In fairness, the previous two didn’t so much set the bar low as they did bury it underground to be headbutted by confused moles, but…


In Defense of Batman v Superman

This review contains spoilers.Plenty of people, critics included, had lukewarm reactions to the DC Cinematic Universe (DCCU) films. The first entry, Man of Steel, is a bleak movie that did not…


John Wick: Chapter 2 Review

This review covers the opening hooks, but not the entire plot. If you consider this a spoiler, look away.John Wick is back. There’s a lot of weight in that sentence. As a character and as a series,…


Hail Caesar! Review

From Fargo to A Serious Man, the beautifully twisted No Country for Old Men and the cult classic The Big Lebowski, no one can deny that Joel and Ethan Coen are two of the most interesting and…


Split Review

Split is a psychological horror starring James McAvoy as Kevin, a man who plays host to 23 distinct identities, who kidnaps a trio of girls, including troubled teen Casey Cook (The Witch’s Anya…