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‘Jurassic World’ (2015) – Sterile And Shockingly Average | Film Review

  I was really looking forward to Jurassic World, so I’m sad to say that for the most part it’s a shockingly average film. There are some nice nods to the previous film and it is hilariously self-aware at points but the film felt cluttered and baggy never capitalizing on its fantastic concept.   The stand out moments include seeing[…]

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‘Cop And A Half’ (1993) – Netflix ‘Netflop’ Of The Week | Film Review

  Have you ever wanted to see Burt Reynolds sweat for a solid ninety minutes, while babysitting a small child? If so Cop and a Half is a must see. Allow me a moment to explain the bizarre fever dream of a story that is Cop and a Half.   Devon Butler (Norman D. Golden II) is an 8 year[…]

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‘Poltergeist’ (2015) – A Laughable Abomination | Film Review

  In 1982, the world cowered as Poltergeist hit their screens, in 2015, audiences laughed at the remake. Directed by Gil Kenan (Monster House), Poltergeist is a basic interpretation of a 1980’s classic which cuts and pastes from the original at random. Without attempting to be creative Kenan ‘borrows’ elements from the original in order to cash in for maximum[…]

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‘It Follows’ (2015) – A Must See For Horror Film Enthusiasts | Film Review

  Have you ever thought that you were being followed? Paranoid that the stranger walking behind you is dangerous and could strike at any given moment? It Follows explores this fear through the ‘monster’ – a supernatural entity that can take the shape of anything – that follows and kills the last person who receives ‘the curse’. The curse is passed[…]

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‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ – Unquestionably Powerful And Tragic | Film Review

  With news of Guillermo del Toro’s production company creating the Fallout 4 trailer, the collapse of Silent Hills, and the subsequent news of a countdown clock appearing on Bethesda Softwork’s website (as of writing this sentence there are nineteen and a half hours left), I think it’s appropriate to talk about del Toro’s 2006 film Pan’s Labyrinth.   Set[…]

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