The Suicide Squad (2021) – Blu-Ray Review

Written and Directed by: James Gunn Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures / Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Runtime: 132 minutes (2 hours 12 minutes) Certificate: 15 (UK) Budget: $185 million (estimated) The Suicide Squad (2021) Blu-Ray Box Art Intro: The Suicide Squad is a second attempt by Warner Brothers to bring a group of 'unlikely heroes'... Continue Reading →

Star Wars Episode Two: Attack of the Clones

Intro: Despite the critical reception to The Phantom Menace, the Star Wars franchise was still going strong and the film made enough enough to produce the second and third films in what would become known as the 'prequel trilogy'. However, I believe the second installment, Attack of the Clones, was better recieved critcally for it's... Continue Reading →

An Injustice to Fans – Injustice animated movie review

Every so often there is a story within comics that comes along and blows people's minds, leaving a lasting impression on the reader that makes us beg for more. In 2013, writer Tom Taylor gave us just such a story with DC’s Injustice: Gods Among Us, which was a prequel comic series to the video game of the same name Now in 2021, DC and Warner Brothers Animation have decided to take Injustice and bring it to us again, this time in the form of one of DC’s popular animated feature films, which more often than not, are a huge hit with fans, give or take a few changes to plot here and there. The film, simply titled Injustice was released digitally on October 12th 2021, and physically on DVD & Blu Ray on October 19th 2021.

It’s a Scream Baby! – Scream (1996) review

If you're a fan of horror films then you know that there are so many similarities between each one, especially those of the 80's and 90's, with many of the horror tropes becoming cliché over the years, whether it's something as simple as a jump scare or something that helps keep the story going such as parents not believing their teenagers because they're just "crazy kids pulling a prank". These can be seen throughout most of the classic horror films over the previous decades, but more so in the 'slasher' sub-genre.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train

At the end of the series, we saw Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu, finish their rehabilitation training at the Butterfly Mansion, in the secret Headquarters of the Hashira, the most accomplished of all Demon Slayers, but there is little time to waste, as our heroes have been sent on an important mission to aid the Fire Hashira with a demon problem on board the train bound for Mugen. However, the task will not be an easy one as the group will soon discover.

Army of the Dead

With the success of Zack Snyder's long awaited cut of Justice League being released, Snyder fans were all waiting to see what else Zack could bring from the world of film, so when Army of the Dead finally had a trailer drop, it's safe to say the film pretty much sold itself to the ever expanding Snyder fan base alone.

Wonder Woman (2017)

Director: Patty Jenkins Writers: Allan Heinberg (screenplay by), Zack Snyder (story by) So I may be a little biased as I am a huge DC fan, but that doesn't mean every DC film gets the top rating from me, because I know that most of the DC films, somewhat especially as of recent, haven't quite... Continue Reading →

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