After what feels like a very short hiatus, The Walking Dead is back for its first completely Rick-free season. The second half of the last season proved dropping the main character from the show was something it could survive, but as we move into seasonal double digits, is the loss of Rick still something we can live with?Read More The Walking Dead – ‘Lines We Cross’ Review
Title – Prospect Released – 2018 Director – Zeek Earl and Chris Caldwell Starring – Pedro Pascal, Sophie Thatcher, and Jay Duplass Review – Based on the director’s short film of the same name, Prospect is a sci-fi/western that leaves an impact. It follows father and daughter scavengers (Duplass and Thatcher), who drop onto toxic wasteland planets in search of valuable gems. After […]Read More 100 Words or Less – Prospect (2018)
Originally I started this list not as a list at all, but rather as a quick review of Sam Raimi’s underrated neo-noir A Simple Plan, which released 21 years ago today on the 11th September 1998. But the more I wrote, the more I kept getting back to one point in particular; Bill Paxton was a fantastic […]Read More The Top 5 Bill Paxton Performances
“You don’t want any part of this.” After the bittersweet conclusion to the Marvel machine’s main story line in Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home is a much needed breath of fresh air and somewhat of a palette cleanser. Dealing with the death of his mentor and father figure, Tony Stark, the film sees Tom […]Read More Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Review
HBO’s misunderstood classic returns 13 years after it’s untimely cancellation. Everyone’s a little older, a little grayer, but is the show as good as it was 13 years ago?
Take note Game of Thrones, this is how you end a series.Read More Deadwood: The Movie (2019) Review
Dexter Fletcher’s long awaited Elton John biopic is finally here. Starring the hugely talented Taron Egerton, Richard Madden, Jamie Bell, and Bryce Dallas Howard how does the film fare compared to other music biopics? And does the film right any of the wrongs left by last years big rock music biopic Bohemian Rhapsody?Read More Rocketman (2019) Review
Episode 2 of Sky and HBO’s Chernobyl is another hour of utter horror and almost-unbearable terror. But it’s also really, really good.Read More Chernobyl ‘Please Remain Calm’ Review
HBO’s latest miniseries is a harrowing and unforgettable look at a disaster in our all to recent past and stark warning about the spread of misinformation.Read More Chernobyl ‘1:23:45’ Review
A late review of The Walking Dead’s latest finale.
The Storm is an emotional and optimistic end to a fantastic season of television, offering a few teasing glimpses of what to expect then the show returns for the tenth season.Read More The Walking Dead – ‘The Storm’ Review
“I’ve done things to protect this place. Some things I’m not proud of. Some I try to forget.” Almost 5 years to the day that the classic (but horrific) Walking Dead episode, ‘The Grove’ aired, the show decides to pause the Whisperer storyline for another horrific and brutal episode. Pausing the ongoing narrative at this point in […]Read More The Walking Dead -‘Scars’ Review