Set your faces to stunned! It’s Craggus’ Trek Trek Phase II Omnibus – Vol.5

Here's your weekly Omnibus Edition of Craggus' Trek Trek Phase II covering Season 2 episodes 4 to 10: Tune in next week for the next Omnibus or follow @TheCraggus on Instagram to get Craggus' Trek Trek Phase II directly in your feed. 🖖  

That face when it’s time for Craggus’ Trek Trek Phase II Omnibus – Vol.4

Here's your weekly Omnibus Edition of Craggus' Trek Trek Phase II covering Season 1 episodes 22 to 25 and Season 2 episodes 1 to 3: Tune in next week for the next Omnibus or follow @TheCraggus on Instagram to get Craggus' Trek Trek Phase II directly in your feed. 🖖  

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) Review

2012’s “Jack Reacher” was something of a pleasant surprise. Although on paper a mismatch for Lee Child’s burly protagonist, Cruise’s screen presence was enough to pull off the role of the muscular and relentless investigator. Unfortunately, “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” is just a ruthlessly efficient in justifying its own title. Framed for a crime … Continue reading Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) Review

Inferno (2016) Review

Even a symbologist as obtuse and oblivious as Robert Langdon can’t miss the obvious signs that this franchise is dead. Bloated, boring and often incoherent, “Inferno” looks to Dante for inspiration but it’s the audience who are made to sit through nine levels of Hell. When a dazed and amnesiac Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) awakens … Continue reading Inferno (2016) Review

“Of cabbages and kings”: a deleted scene* from my #BatmanvSuperman Review

“The time has come,” the blogger said, “To talk of silly things: Of critics and their film reviews, Of cabbages and kings And why fans’ rage is boiling hot, And we can’t have nice things.” *This originally started as a section of my “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice” review before I realised it was kind … Continue reading “Of cabbages and kings”: a deleted scene* from my #BatmanvSuperman Review

The Conspiracy (2013) Review

Conspiracy theories are strange beasts; intoxicatingly convoluted and designed expressly to explain events and phenomena which appear mysterious, secretive or exclusive. The conspiracy theorists’ need to believe in a hidden system of powerful interests controlling and manipulating everything behind the scenes shares belies a fundamental need to believe that there is something more at play … Continue reading The Conspiracy (2013) Review