A real treat for our Halloween Season was getting to sit down to watch the new anime horror movie Violence Voyager.
Following the adventures of Bobby and Akkun this adventure is out on October 21st on a vast amount of streaming services including Amazon, DirecTV and Vimeo on Demand.
Continue reading Violence Voyager (2019)
With the trend of Escape Rooms starting to spread it was only a matter of time before the horror genre jumped on board. With films like Saw in the past proving that this kind of film could work I was expecting something interesting from Escape Rooms.
Continue reading Escape Rooms (2017)
Netflix released a new thriller that I just couldn’t seem to keep away from. It recommended to me every time I finished watching something, there were trailers all over the place with people in the comments saying that absolutely everything you needed to know was put in the trailer, so obviously I was dying to see this film.
What a cracker it was too.
Continue reading Secret Obsession (2019)
I hated Baywatch as a kid but the new film starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron was hard not to want to see.
Continue reading Baywatch (2017)
I think I’ve said it before but I’m a huge history geek and being English and having to learn about it every single year of my young life, WWII holds a power over me that make documentaries, films, books or just about anything else set during those periods a must see.
This was a film I really wanted to see and never got around to it until it showed up on NowTV. Starring a who’s who of British stars we watch the world around Churchill as he gets thrown into the position of Prime Minister to face Hitler against the wishes of parliament.
Continue reading Darkest Hour (2017)
A random gem that I found whilst bored, scrolling through Amazon Prime. Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Jack Black and Jonah Hill it is a true story of the artist John Callahan and takes a interesting look into his life.
Continue reading Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot (2018)
The next installment of the Fantastic Beasts series of films takes us away from the Fantastic Beasts and focuses more on one human and the destruction he is probably going to cause in the future films.
With Newt, Tina, Jacob and Queenie all returning as well as a young Dumbledore, The Crimes of Grindlewald promises so much.
Continue reading Fantastic Beasts : The Crimes of Grindlewald (2018)