January 17th 2022, approximately 11:30 (probably closer to 12:00 after all the car commercials) I was sat ready & waiting to experience my first Scream movie in just over a decade. A franchise that helped a younger, less haggard looking discover a different side to the horror genre, as well as introducing me to the legend that is Wes Craven. I was left feeling a little unfulfilled after leaving the showing of "Scream 4" all those years previously and that feeling…
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel 2021
Netflix have somehow managed to turn a four minute vial video into a frustrating near four hour show, shown through the eyes of complete idiots and total arseholes who disagree with any evidence or any person who doesn't fit their own narrative. The final episode itself proves that the internet has absolutely no consequences for anyone's actions, 'The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel' is more concerned about showcasing the people who actually benefited from disappearance of Elisa Lam, these so…
Pulp Fiction 1994
I'm at the start of a week off work, and am looking to get through a load of films that have been piling up. But first I decided to re-watch a favourite of mine and introduce my girlfriend to, in my opinion Tarantino's best movie. Luckily for both of us, she liked it.
Nothing I write here is going to add anything new to what has already been written or said in the past, I'm not going to be pitching…
The Revenant 2015
It's always tough going into a film, that so much has already been written and said about, and for the most part positively. There's that apprehension in the back of your mind. Luckily 'The Revenant' not only lived up to the hype, it exceeded it.
The beauty of the surroundings are in stark contrast to the gritty and violent actions of some of the characters. There's a perfect blend of beautiful and brutal. The first act is almost more of…