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Film Review: Annabelle: Creation

Dolls. Strange aren't they? Some are cute, some are ugly, and some are possessed. The sequel to supernatural horror Annabelle (2014) was released last month, having grossed over an impressive $267.3 million since its opening weekend.…

Film Review: Logan Lucky

Marking one of cinemas most anticipated returns of 2017 is Steven Soderbergh’s inevitable comeback movie Logan Lucky. Following his self-imposed exile from Hollywood in 2013 he’s not exactly been quiet, however his return to feature film…

Film Review: The Wall

In a tired genre that has made it increasingly hard to create a movie that is refreshingly different to the war film clichés, by providing innovating yet still gripping new takes on the subject, The Wall is a welcome addition. Playing out…

Film Review: Baby Driver

Edgar Wright has an extremely good record when it comes to making films. He has gained acclaim for films like Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, as well as Scott Pilgrim vs The World. However, all of these are satirical or focused on comedy,…

Film Review: War Machine

Having watched the trailer for this new Netflix original some time ago, I was incredibly excited to watch the entire thing, going on the initial clips I had seen, but it turns out it wasn’t at all what I was expecting, due entirely to the…

Film Review: Baywatch

We're living in a time of reboots and remakes, while Baywatch was never the first property on the tip of audience's tongues it definitely seemed to be one of the first for Paramount pictures. With an honest self-deprecating approach, it…

Film Review: Alien Covenant

Another One! It's not secret that Prometheus was met with a somewhat...interesting reception. Ridley Scott has himself explained he thought audiences were tired of seeing Alien and xenomorphs, so his intention was to delve deeper into a…

Film Review: Ghost In The Shell

OK. Let's forget all the baggage that comes with the title 'Ghost In The Shell'. Let's forget about the original movie and throw away trash talk about whitewashing. If we judge Ghost In The Shell as a stand alone project (as it should be…

Film Review: Get Out

After the long-term success as part of the comedy duo Key & Peele, Jordan Peele decided it was high time he got one of passion projects made, a social satire horror, Get Out. An African-American: Chris (Daniel Kayluuya) is invited to…

Film Review: Life

“You still don't understand what you're dealing with, do you? The perfect organism. Its structural perfection is matched only by its hostility.” Alien is the second feature film from British director Ridley— wait. Wrong film. Life,…