Godless Season One Review

Lauded Hollywood screenwriter Scott Frank (“Out Of Sight”, “Minority Report”, “Logan”) brings a refreshing tale of a plucky band of women’s struggle with life in the Wild West to the small screen in his first foray into the medium as a Director. What’s he’s ended up with is not only one of the best Western…

Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice (2016) Review

Okay, before we get down to business, let’s set the record straight. Full disclosure: I’ve never been keen on this iteration is Superman. I didn’t care for “Man Of Steel” and have only grown to dislike it more over the years. On the other hand, I never really had any serious doubts regarding Ben Affleck…

Monsters (2010) Review

Audacious in execution, Gareth Edwards’ debut feature is an impressive exercise in guerrilla filmmaking and an artistic battering ram which broke down the doors of Hollywood and gained him a seat at the biggest tables. From successfully reviving Hollywood’s “Godzilla” to being tapped to direct the eagerly anticipated “Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One”, he owes…

Gone Girl (2014) Review

It’s nearly impossible to discuss this film without veering into spoiler territory so – reluctantly – I’m going to have to put up a precautionary *SPOILER WARNING* even though I’ll try and be as oblique as possible. When Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) returns home to find his home in disarray and his wife Amy (Rosamund Pike)…

Frank (2014) Review

Whimsical, quirky and sometimes just downright weird, “Frank” is a delightfully offbeat comedy drama from Irish director Lenny Abrahamson. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Michael Fassbender, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Scoot McNairy, it tells the story of fictional band ‘Soronprfbs’ and their enigmatic lead singer Frank. When Jon, an earnest young call centre worker with a passion for…

Marvel One Shots: All Hail The King (2014) Review

Not content with transforming the franchise-based movie making model, Marvel have also been revolutionising the home media experience by creating a series of shorts which not only tie into the Marvel Cinematic Universe but enrich and deepen the connections between the movies they support. Although they started by enhancing, re-cutting and adding to existing footage…