There’s nothing like a good panto to chase away the January blues and in Mountbatten Players’ “Jack And The Beanstalk”, 2019 got off to a glittery, toe-tapping start. The sheer scale of the story of ‘Jack And The Beanstalk’ is such that even the most ambitious of theatrical productions must rely a great deal on … Continue reading Mountbatten Players’ Jack And The Beanstalk defies the January blues with some fe fi fo fun!
Infamous as the movie which almost killed off Disney’s animation studio (the “The Little Mermaid”-led renaissance was still four years off), “The Black Cauldron” staggered into cinemas in 1985, mortally wounded by a butchering edit at the hands of Jeffrey Katzenberg and a critical mismatch between the source material and the studio behind it. Loosely … Continue reading The Black Cauldron (1985) #Rediscovered
Today, Wednesday 1st October 2014 is the #Day Of Dredd 2014, where fans all over the world do everything they can to convince ‘Hollywood’ to make a sequel to 2012’s “Dredd”. And it’s well worth a sequel, so if you want to support it, you can buy it on DVD or BluRay, stream it (legally) … Continue reading Guilty Pleasures: Judge Dredd (1995) Revisited