Following very closely on the heels of Infinity War, Deadpool 2 is unlikely to cause superhero fatigue with it’s witty dialogue, wall-to-wall references, and slick action.Read More Deadpool 2 (2018) Review
Wolverine and Wheels hit the road in this light-hearted story of friendship, family and moral fibre.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll no doubt want to curl up in bed afterwards and never come out because it’s that depressing. It’s also possibly the best X-Men film to date.Read More Logan (2017) Review
The new superhero TV show from Marvel and FX is more Hannibal than Agents of Shield. Written and directed by the man behind the brilliant Fargo TV series, Noah Hawley, Legion might be the most promising TV series of 2017.Read More Legion ‘Chapter 1’ Review
“Now, I’m about to do to you what Limp Bizkit did to music in the late 90s.” Deadpool, as a comic book character, is perhaps a little overrated. Over the past few years it seems he has become absolutely everyone’s favourite character, his face is on everything and you can’t go to a convention without […]Read More Deadpool (2016) Review
“Everything they’ve built will fall! And from the ashes of their world, we’ll build a better one!” Following up Days of Future Past was never going to be an easy job but if anyone was going to do it right then you’d think it’d be Bryan Singer (director of DoFP, and X-Men 1 and 2). Unfortunately X-Men: Apocalypse never really lives up to it’s […]Read More X-Men: Apocalypse Review (Mild Spoilers)
“I don’t want your suffering! I don’t want your future!” X-Men: Days of Future Past joins together our favourite mutants from the groovy 70’s along with the X-Men we grew up with, who are now all living in a post-apocalyptic nightmare. There were so many ways this movie could have gone wrong, it was such a […]Read More X-Men: Days of Future Past Review