“Blade Runner 2049” Review: How to Continue a Classic

Reminder: If you have not seen "Blade Runner" (1982), preferably The Final Cut, stop reading at this moment and watch it. I'll wait.   Still here? Alright, let's begin. This is spoiler free, I promise. Los Angeles, 2049, a mega city suffering from overpopulation, ecological upheaval, and an ever increasing reliance on technology finds itself … Continue reading “Blade Runner 2049” Review: How to Continue a Classic

KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE REVIEW: FUN, BUT NOT EXACTLY GREAT SEQUEL

Guest review by: Callum The Critic You can check his film blog here Okay, I will admit this right now: while I don’t hate the film “Kingsman: The Secret Service”, it is not exactly a film I rate as highly as everyone else does. Don’t get me wrong, it is a perfectly watchable and entertaining action … Continue reading KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE REVIEW: FUN, BUT NOT EXACTLY GREAT SEQUEL

Logan review: A Future Classic

Guest review by: Callum The Critic Check out his film review blog here I think the first step of making a truly excellent piece of cinema is attitude. If you go down a checklist of the technical things that are considered necessary for good filmmaking and good storytelling, following modern conventions of cinematography, lighting, acting and … Continue reading Logan review: A Future Classic

REVIEW ‘Kong: Skull Island’

"Ancient species owned this earth long before we did,” warns scientist Bill Randa (John Goodman), in Kong: Skull Island, first King Kong film since Peter Jackson’s 2005 remake. 1973 sees the end of the Vietnam War, and also the year when humanity discovers prehistoric creatures and a big ass monkey. A group of scientists, led by … Continue reading REVIEW ‘Kong: Skull Island’