Staaaar Waarrrs, na na na, Staaar Waaars. So sang my partner Saturday morning as we strolled down to the rather lovely Olympic studios cinema in southwest London to catch the … Continue reading Star Wars: The Last Jedi – progress, this is
Godless is one of the latest shows to be released by Netflix. A Western that got shopped around Hollywood as a feature film but didn’t get picked up, so writer-director … Continue reading Godless: good, but could’ve been great
This show, about how the FBI came to profile and understand serial killers, has been on David Fincher’s radar for quite some time in various guises and, such is the … Continue reading Mindhunter: season one review
PART ONE: AN INTERVENTION Words are words. And sometimes, words hurt. Like a simple thing said in a simple way can cut deeper than a curse word. So if you … Continue reading A letter to my inner narcissist
So Stranger Things, season one on Netflix a while back, arrived with some hype. But then, actually, more or less lived up to it; as it was entertaining, engaging and, … Continue reading Stranger Things season two: justice for Steve!
I got my money and my bitches and my guns, in the club. Repping like a G. Then I spark up a blunt. But I don’t smoke. So I choke … Continue reading The misogynist rapper
The first Thor came out back in 2011, if you can believe that. And at the time it was a bit of a punt by Marvel who, until this point, … Continue reading Thor: Ragnarok – he’s come a long way, baby
I’ll put this out there from the off. Only a complete numpty would go to see Blade Runner 2049 with just a vague memory of the original, but that’s what … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: an idiot’s review
Ok, so here’s a thing. Darren Aranofsky has made another movie, and it’s one that’ll divide people, that’s for sure. I mean, let’s be honest, this should come as no … Continue reading Is ‘mother!’ Aranofsky and Lawrence’s best work?
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