Five reasons why Ang Lee’s HULK (2003) is so underrated and unfairly mistreated

What I enjoy most from the comic book superhero genre are the films focusing on a central protagonist that faces the personal struggles and inner demons when keeping their superhuman alter egos under control. In this case it’s The Incredible Hulk. Having grown up watching the 70s TV show starring Bill Bixby as Dr. David [...]

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Netflix Film Review: Gerald’s Game (2017)

Directed by Mike Flanagan Based on the novel written by Stephen King UK Release Date: 29th September 2017 Feature Running Time: 103 minutes ‘While trying to spice up their marriage in their remote lake house, Jessie must fight to survive when her husband dies unexpectedly, leaving her handcuffed to their bedframe’. (Source: IMDB) With Stephen [...]

Innerspace (1987) Blu-Ray Steelbook Review

Directed by Joe Dante UK Release Date: 27th November 1987 Feature Running Time: 120 minutes ‘A scientific miniaturised marine unexpectedly finds himself floating around the body of a hypochondriac, and trying to outwit saboteurs who want the device that shrank him. Attempts by his colleagues to retrieve the little man - protected inside a tiny [...]

IT (2017)

Directed by Andy Muschietti UK Release Date: 8th September 2017 Feature Running Time: 135 minutes During the summer of 1989, a chain of events bring together seven misfit kids labelled as ‘The Losers Club’ as they uncover an evil entity within their town of Derry, Maine, that has been terrorising and murdering children every 27 [...]

The Mummy (2017): “Welcome to a new world of Gods and Monsters”

Directed by Alex Kurtzman UK Release Date: 9th June 2017 Feature Running Time: 110 minutes When it was confirmed by Universal that they had plans to reboot several of their classic monster movies of the 1930s, with The Mummy being the first one to kick things off; my first initial reaction was met with much [...]