Happy! Season One Review

Former Detective Nick Sax is an alcoholic loner who relies on narcotics to fill his life with meaning and interest, in turn relying on his skills as a gun for hire to provide for his habits. However, after having a near death experience he is visited by Happy, a small blue flying unicorn which only … Continue reading Happy! Season One Review

Snatched (2017) Review

For many, the idea of taking their Mum on holiday with them would be traumatic enough but this aimlessly rowdy comedy takes that nightmare scenario one step further. After quitting her job and being dumped by her boyfriend, Emily (Amy Schumer) is left holding the tickets to a non-refundable paid vacation in Ecuador. Left with … Continue reading Snatched (2017) Review

National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie (2011) Review

Sketch comedy is a tricky format to pull off in a motion picture. Tricky or not, there’s no excuse for this heinously tasteless, crassly unfunny movie. This may be one of the most odious movies I’ve ever seen. Not because of the succession of distasteful, offensive jokes acted out by a cast who should be … Continue reading National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie (2011) Review

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (2014) Review

It's taken nine years to summon up the courage to crawl back to Basin ‘Sin’ City, and the old town hasn't changed much in the intervening years. Oh, sure, Clive Owen looks a lot like Josh Brolin now and I’m not sure Miho is the same (Jamie Chung replacing Devon Aoki) but the city still … Continue reading Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (2014) Review

Man Of Steel (2013) Review

I’m going to try and keep spoilers to a minimum in this review, in case you haven’t seen it yet. But be warned, I consider anything that happened in the Christopher Reeve films fair game for comment or comparison. Anyway, I don’t consider the origin stories of superheroes to be sacred texts. (In fact, I … Continue reading Man Of Steel (2013) Review