Recently I got into a conversation with my partner about old films. Classic films. And it turns out I’ve not seen that many, so I can’t really call myself a … Continue reading My favourite films from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s
The dreaded accent. When a casting director calls an agent and asks if their client can do X accent, the answer always has to be, ‘Of course! Are you kidding? … Continue reading Best bad movie accents
Sorry all, it’s time for a little rant. I tried to bottle it up but it’s going to make its way out eventually. So let’s have it and start with … Continue reading Has Wes Anderson lost his way?
Oh to be weird. Hold on, wait. I am weird. Weirder than most. I love to be different and David Bowie’s Rebel Rebel was made for me. When everyone ticks … Continue reading Rebel rebel (time for a punk revival)
You all know the Choose Life speech from Trainspotting right? Well recently – with the release of the sequel, T2 – I entered a little writing competition, where we were given the task of updating said speech.
To be fair I shouldn’t even write this post, I’ve seen a woefully low number of films this past year. So what I’ve done is split it (like last year) … Continue reading Best films of 2016: my picks
So I’d like a rant, of sorts, about Star Trek. Ever since J.J. rebooted this franchise, dragging it into the modern era, he set a new standard. Trouble is – … Continue reading The failure of the modern Star Treks
On the way to work today I walked past a mother and a young boy and couldn’t help but notice that the level to which he quizzed her on her … Continue reading What Game of Thrones spin-offs would you watch?
Ok, I haven’t lost the plot… not entirely. But bear with me. There’s a good number of funny movie scenes related to the crotch area that I want to share. … Continue reading Top 5 ‘crotch related’ movie scenes
About a year or so ago I saw Bill Paxton in Nightcrawler, a rather excellent film starring Jake Gyllenhaal. It got me thinking that Paxton is a funny actor, in … Continue reading Top 10 performances of Bill Paxton