Beauty and the Beast – Review

Disney are on fire with their live action remakes; Cinderella was a huge success and a big improvement over the animated original, The Jungle Book dazzled audiences with it’s great cast and even better visuals, and Pete’s Dragon…Well, I didn’t see Pete’s Dragon, but for the sake of this opening statement, it was good. Now, we have the 1991 classic Beauty and the Beast brought … Continue reading Beauty and the Beast – Review

Three Empire Awards 2017 – The Winners

Thought awards season was over? Think again! Empire, the world’s biggest selling film magazine, hosted their annual awards, sponsored by Three, which celebrate the best films of 2016 as voted for by the public. So, who took home gold this year? Well, as it is voted for by the public, you can say goodbye to Oscar contenders like La La Land (which took only one … Continue reading Three Empire Awards 2017 – The Winners

Red Nose Day Actually – New Teaser

Who doesn’t love Love Actually? It’s a near perfect film, and easily one of the best rom-coms of all time, if not the best. It’s been 14 years since the film came out, and now we’re finally getting a follow up special to celebrate Red Nose Day. This teaser is a short but sweet one paying homage arguably the film’s most iconic moment – Andrew … Continue reading Red Nose Day Actually – New Teaser

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – New Teaser

Is anybody else trembling at the fact that we’re just over a month away from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2? We’ve been spoilt rotten with the promotional material, all showcasing a film that looks too good to even exist. We have yet another trailer to add to that, which sees the crew taking a difficult flight, with Star Lord and Rocket debating who’s the better … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – New Teaser

Looking Back…King Kong (2005)

King Kong comes roaring back onto cinema screens this week accompanied by an all star cast in Kong: Skull Island. To celebrate, we’re taking a look at two of the most iconic films in the franchise. We’ve already covered the 1933 original that started it all, now let’s talk about Peter Jackson’s 2005 remake, and why it’s one of the best remakes of all time. … Continue reading Looking Back…King Kong (2005)

Looking Back…King Kong (1933)

King Kong is a staple of monster movie history; that 25 foot ape has been rampant on our screens for over 80 years, often with Ann Darrow, sometimes with Godzilla, once with Jeff Bridges. Yet another adaptation is hitting our screens this week with Kong: Skull Island, starring Brie Larson and Tom Hiddlestone, so what better time to revisit a couple of Kong’s most popular … Continue reading Looking Back…King Kong (1933)