When I first heard that one of my favourite shows, The Walking Dead, would be getting a prequel spin-off series, which is rather lazily named Fear The Walking Dead, I was quite sceptical. “It’s just an unnecessary cash-grab”, I thought. “It’ll never be as good as The Walking Dead”.
After one episode it’s far too early to say whether Fear The Walking Dead can match the high quality of its big brother show. But it’s definitely not too early to say that FTWD can be a very entertaining and enjoyable series on its own merits. … More Fear The Walking Dead Episode 1 Review (No Spoilers!)
Holidays, or vacations as my American readers would call them (yes I have American readers because we international outchea baby!), can go one of either two ways. They can be unforgettable experiences which you will always treasure or they can be disappointing trips which you will never want to look back on. Unfortunately, Vacation is … More Vacation (2015) Review
Personally I’ve never really been a big fan of horror films. That’s not because I’m scared or anything. Honestly I’m not. Look, I’m not scared alright! Anyway, horror films have just never really appealed to me. But recently I watched 2012’s Sinister and was pleasantly surprised as the intriguing mystery filled storyline along with a … More Sinister 2 Review
Guy Ritchie, the man who brought you Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrel and Snatch, is back with this 60s spy adventure – The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Following the recent Hollywood trend of revisiting old franchises, The Man From U.N.C.L.E is the cinematic reboot of a popular 1960s television show with the same name, but … More The Man From U.N.C.L.E Review
Remember this bad film from 2005? Or what about it’s even worse sequel from 2007? Of course you do, they both had Jessica Alba in them. But apart from that they are both forgettable as they are both utterly crap. This new Fantastic Four film had all the potential to be much better than the … More Fantastic Four Review
PERSONALLY I found the first three Mission: Impossible films as just being OK. But then in 2011 Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol came along and it was a pleasant surprise. I enjoyed Ghost Protocol way more than I thought I would which gave me high hopes for the next MI film. And these hopes are … More Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation Review
If you’ve got children, little brothers, sisters or cousins, you’ll know that there’s nothing worse than sitting through an awful kid’s film. I have two little sisters and as much as I love them I’d rather freeze to death than watch Frozen again anytime soon. But I’ll happily watch Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, … More Inside Out Review