So i went to go and see this last night with my drinking buddy and all around very good friend Tom, and although we may have went to the showing in the middle of the night, in the middle of January just after Britain has actually turned into an ice box for Winter like it should, it was so fucking worth it 😀
So i went to see this movie with my girlfriend earlier this month, on my insistence for once…. usually it’s my sister dragging me round the cinema to see children movies but this time i was the one dragging some other victim to one. I was a Charlie Brown fan as a kid so the “child within”as it were, came out in me this time, and my poor, sweet, done nothing to upset me, innocent girlfriend had to put up with me for the whole thing…. bless her; but we’ve just past our 1 year dating milestone, so if she still doesn’t know what she’s dating…. shame on her really XD Continue reading
Hello everyone. I’m ba… you know I’ve done to many of these…. Not reviews, obviously but i’m back speeches so fuck it! I’m here now, and isn’t that what matters, right?…. So anyway, back onto my usual style. A totally pointless and unrelated rant as an intro followed by a review, but no hollow promises this time! I realize that i am reliably unreliable so, i won’t be makeing any promises of future reviews or schedules, of any sort, at all. In fact i may fuck off again after this, and it’s not because i don’t want to review but because i’m so busy living (read my team bio) that this sometimes gets sidelined; sorry x Continue reading
And now for film three, queued to be published whilst 3/4 of the team are sat sharing a pint in my local. Cheers!
I went to see this movie with a good friend of mine, Tom, a while back. He recently turned 18 and we got really very plastered to commemorate the occasion. So plastered in fact that funny and sad events occurred later in the night, surmounting to quite a weird morning. I would rather not elaborate more than that, so without further ado…. Continue reading
So, i went to see this move on my birthday with a close friend from work (her choice). Girls like her and my sister are always convincing me to watch kids movies….. but i love ’em really; and this kids movie remake of an 80’s classic hit musical pleasently surprised me as being actually rather good. Continue reading
Dir: Ridley Scott
Starring: Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, Logan Marshall-Green
In 1979, Ridley Scott directed and released a film which would change the way we see Science Fiction forever. Not only was it a sci fi, it was a thriller, it was a horror, it was excellent. It paved the way for strong female lead characters, introduced new meanings to words in our vocabulary (such as ‘Facehugger’ and ‘Chestburster’) and sparked off a whole host of subsequent sequels and various franchises (of varying quality).
Never again would we be able to think of John Hurt without being put off our dinner. Never again would H.R. Giger be referred to just as an artist; rather, ‘The guy who designed the xenomorph’. Never again would anyone fuck with Sigourney Weaver.