Category: Movies

New Trailer for Ferdinand Starring John Cena

Ferdinand

If you’ve ever seen John Cena wrestle then you’ll understand why he is the perfect choice to play a bull in Ferdinand. Thankfully though the aggression he shows in the ring doesn’t feature in the new film as he is a bull with a heart of gold. Watching the trailer, it looks like the film…

Flatliners Remake Trailer and Poster Revealed

Flatliners

While it is hard to think that there would be anybody who hasn’t seen the original Flatliners, you also have to remember that it was first released in 1990. This makes it open for a remake, and yep…today we have a trailer and poster for the new film. Watching the trailer it does look like…

‘The Great Wall’ Review – An Entertaining Monster Flick

The Great Wall

When The Great Wall was announced there was plenty of controversy around it because of the inclusion of Matt Damon. With the controversy surrounding his casting, it definitely dampened down the hype around the film. So, the question is, getting past the drama is the film actually any good? Two European mercenaries William (Matt Damon)…

New Poster for Atomic Blonde Released

Atomic Blonde

Today we have a new effortlessly cool poster for Atomic Blonde starring Charlize Theron. Full of neon colour, but quite minimalist in style it still manages to make an impact, and put all the attention on Charlize Theron looking ready to kick some ass. Releasing in August we still have some time to wait for…

‘Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans’ Review

Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans

If you are a fan of movie history, you often read about actors and directors who had their obsessions. For Steve McQueen, his obsession was with speed, and the movie Le Mans. In the new documentary Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans we get to look behind the movie and hear the story of…

‘The Naked Civil Servant’ Review (Blu-ray)

The Naked Civil Servant

When John Hurt died we lost a true legend of film, and an actor loved by both young and old. Some knew him for his role as Kane in Alien, John Merrick in The Elephant Man, and even Doctor Who. Perhaps his most daring role though was as Quentin Crisp, The Naked Civil Servant. The…

‘Dough’ Review – A Well-Baked Feel-good Movie

Dough

It has to be said that 2017 hasn’t been the best year when it comes to feeling good about the world. When everybody seems to be against helping out others, it seems timely that a film about two cultures coming together should at least raise a smile, and Dough manages this. When aging Jewish baker…