Review | Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

Review | Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

Kevin Smith makes a long overdue, but very welcome return to the View Askewniverse with his latest film, 'Jay and Silent Bob Reboot'. Writer and director Kevin Smith marked his place in Hollywood history twenty five years ago with a low [...]

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Review | Joker (2019)

Review | Joker (2019)

After Romero, Nicholson, Ledger and Leto, Can Joaquin Phoenix bring anything new to the Joker story? Joker. This was a film that I was honestly not expecting to be any good at all. But first, let us turn back the clock [...]

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Blu-ray Review | Weird Science

Blu-ray Review | Weird Science

"Making a girl. Actually making a girl. Like Frankenstein... except cuter." It’s a cliché, but Weird Science is a film of its time, 1985 to be exact. Directed by John Hughes who helmed previous classics such as Sixteen Candles and The [...]

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Review | Hellboy (2019)

Review | Hellboy (2019)

After two successful Hellboy film adaptations, can this reboot bring something fresh to the table? When I first saw an image of Ron Pearlman as Hellboy, possibly in the first trailer for the original 2004 film directed by Guillermo Del Toro, [...]

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Review | Brightburn (2019)

Review | Brightburn (2019)

What if Superman was evil? This is Brightburn. Brightburn is a film that doesn’t seem to have caused a big impact at the box office and I think that’s a shame. This low budget film, a reported $7 million, sci-fi/horror tale [...]

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Review | Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

Review | Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

'Detective Pikachu' may be a little predictable, but it offers a fantastic family movie experience packed with your favourite Pokémon. A quick disclaimer. My understanding of Pokémon is mostly garnered from the phenomenon that is Niantic Labs' augmented reality game Pokémon [...]

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