The Post (2018)

January is always a busy month for quality, thought-provoking films, and Spielberg's The Post is most certainly one of the best if not the best. Set in the early 1970's, The Post follows the real-life story of the battle The Washington Post had to publish the classified Pentagon Papers, which outlined truths about the Vietnam … Continue reading The Post (2018)

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Best in 2017 – Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return

Oh MST3K how I’d missed you when you were gone! The crowdfunded 11th Season (Now on Netflix so please do go and check it out) had plunged me headfirst back into my obsession with cheesy movies and silliness. For those who have no idea what I’m talking about here’s the premise; an average Joe (or in … Continue reading Best in 2017 – Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return

Halloween Picks (Suburban Gothic/Don’t Kill It/Tale of Tales)

Well hello there boils and ghouls [insert cryptkeeper cackle here]. It’s Halloween Eve (yes to some of us that is actually a thing) so I’ve taken some time out from decorating and baking terrifying treats to suggest some films you might have missed to watch tomorrow for Halloween – even better they’re all currently on … Continue reading Halloween Picks (Suburban Gothic/Don’t Kill It/Tale of Tales)

A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

Breathing new life into the Ealing comedy tradition, it’s John Cleese and director Charles Crichton’s modern classic A Fish Called Wanda. With a raft of top-class comedic performances and snappy dialogue courtesy of Cleese’s own screenplay, Wanda is back on Blu-ray— exclusively restored from the original negatives by Arrow Films. In case you don’t know, the … Continue reading A Fish Called Wanda (1988)