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The Month in Films: October 2015

With the start of another month comes yet another set of films ready to be released on DVD and Blu-ray. Among October’s selections are some truly exhilirating thrill rides as well as a heartwarming tale or two. Mad Max: Fury Road As far as post-apocalyptic nightmare scenarios go, being held captive in a desert wasteland by […]Read More

Filling in ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

Mad Max Fury Road is as artistic as it is crazy, it’s been hailed as the best action film of the decade and one of the best action films ever made. But Fury Road has also been in the spotlight for it’s overwhelming feminist message while being criticised for it’s lack of Tom Hardy and […]Read More

Defining Moments: Tom Hardy

One of the finest British talents in the last decade, Tom Hardy doesn’t come across as your quintessential Hollywood star, more like the kind of guy you’d love to have a pint with (despite his sobriety obviously). Unlike some actors around, Hardy is famed for his devotion to fulfilling acting, much like his Dark Knight Rises co-star […]Read More

Film Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

You can probably count the number of times you blink during Mad Max: Fury Road on one hand. It opens with Max Rockatasky (Tom Hardy) speeding through glowing orange deserts, only to be captured by the ghostly War Boys, footsoldiers of dictator Immortan Joe who runs the story’s dystopian world by providing dehydrated masses with small doses of […]Read More