ANT MAN AND THE WASP REVIEW

Ant man has always been the runt of the pack when it comes to the MCU. The first Ant Man came out at a time when he was relatively unheard of, at least to the mainstream. The idea of a superhero that can shrink is not exactly scream out blockbuster. But this is marvel we're … Continue reading ANT MAN AND THE WASP REVIEW

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AVENGERS INFINITY WAR REVIEW by Andrew Cavalluzzi

When I first saw Avengers: Infinity War, I felt it was missing a little something I was conditioned to getting from an Avengers movie. I just didn’t feel engulfed by any moment of adrenaline fueled spectacle like I was with the first or even second movie. However, when watching it for a second, or third, … Continue reading AVENGERS INFINITY WAR REVIEW by Andrew Cavalluzzi

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT REVIEW

The franchise hits new heights in the latest instalment, Fallout. How does this franchise keep getting better? Six movies in it should be showing its age, but instead its getting stronger. You could consider the last 3 movies to be a mini trilogy, as their stories are so intertwined, but the real revolution started with … Continue reading MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT REVIEW

DEEP SPACE 9 VS THE NEXT GENERATION ROUND 7

Round 7 DS9, Season 7, episode 10 Its only a paper moon Now reading these episode summaries I can understand how DS9 can seem a little like a downer. This particular episode won't help that perception. Nog is having serious issues with Post Traumatic stress syndrome and dives into a holodeck fantasy to escape. Now … Continue reading DEEP SPACE 9 VS THE NEXT GENERATION ROUND 7

WHY THE END OF CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND IS ACTUALLY KIND OF SAD

Im just starting to realise that a lot of films that I've seen as a young child, films that I now swear by, I actually didn't like the first time I saw them. This is another one. I just didn't get it. Was it scary film, a family film or a sci-fi flick? It took … Continue reading WHY THE END OF CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND IS ACTUALLY KIND OF SAD

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI by Andrew Cavalluzzi

Spoilers for those living under a rock: About half way through Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Benicio Del Toro as the weasely DJ says, “It’s all a machine, partner. Live free, don’t join.” And for the first time in the Star Warshistory, it felt like the franchise was finally maturing. Allowing a character to acknowledge … Continue reading STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI by Andrew Cavalluzzi

DAD’S TOY PICKS OF THE WEEK. HARRY POTTER SPECIAL

Harry Potter is a phenomenon. Even after all these years its still incredibly popular. I mean i'm an adult and I still love the series. Here's some of the best toys and books available for some great prices. Harry Potter Box Set: The Complete Collection (Children’s Paperback) It goes without saying, but you and your … Continue reading DAD’S TOY PICKS OF THE WEEK. HARRY POTTER SPECIAL

WESTWORLD SEASON 2 REVIEW

Mind bending spoilers below Sometimes Westworld is hard to follow. Our characters are constantly questioning the Nature of their reality. Shifting perspectives have viewers asking themselves which point in the timeline they are actually seeing. At times it can seem overwhelmingly confusing. But confusing and manipulating what is or isn't real is what the Westworld … Continue reading WESTWORLD SEASON 2 REVIEW

MICHAEL FASSBENDER WILL TAKE YOU OUT OF THIS WORLD

Irish actor Fassbender has really hit the big time. Since starring in Band of Brothers his career has gone from strength to strength. He plays magneto in the X-Men franchise as well as David and Walter One. He's also been nominated for two Academy awards. He will next be seen returning as Magneto in Dark … Continue reading MICHAEL FASSBENDER WILL TAKE YOU OUT OF THIS WORLD

RAW (2016) Review by Andrew Cavalluzzi

Gross-out, body horror, torture porn. These are the often frowned upon descriptions of a horror sub-genre that brings human disfigurement and bloodshed to its forefront. For the most part, this particular category has provoked the most controversy out of an already controversial genre. And there certainly is a place for questioning the existence of such … Continue reading RAW (2016) Review by Andrew Cavalluzzi

AMAZING AMAZON PRIME DEALS ON KIDS TOYS

There are some amazing kids deals available this prime day. Here's just a few that will keep the kids entertained during the summer holidays. These prices are only available to prime members and only for one day so grab them today!!!! BESTOYARD Dinosaur Toys Dinosaur Building Blocks Mini Dinosaur Toys Dinosaur Playset Building Blocks 8 … Continue reading AMAZING AMAZON PRIME DEALS ON KIDS TOYS

LEGION SEASON 2 OVERVIEW

Legion Season 2: Are We All Delusional? The second season of Noah Hawley's Legion took us on yet another psychedelic trip unlike anything experienced before on network television, continuing and expanding on the momentum set by season one. While the first season explored mental health and the victims of such conditions who get shafted from modern … Continue reading LEGION SEASON 2 OVERVIEW

HENRY CAVILL HAS OUR HEARTS SOARING SUPER HIGH

Cavill is the best Superman since Christopher Reeve. But his career didn't start there. He started off on the BBC, in shows such as The Inspector Lynsey Mysteries, ITV's Midsummers Murders and of course The Tudors. He finally hit Hollywood with Stardust and Blood Creek, finally hitting pay dirt. with the role of Superman in … Continue reading HENRY CAVILL HAS OUR HEARTS SOARING SUPER HIGH

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM REVIEW by Andrew Cavalluzzi

Spoilers ahead: It’s a pretty widely accepted fact that the original Jurassic Park is a Sci-Fi blockbuster classic. When it came out, no one had ever seen anything like it; dinosaurs came to life before our very eyes. But it wasn’t the spectacle alone that made that movie so memorable. It was also the script that … Continue reading JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM REVIEW by Andrew Cavalluzzi

STAR TREK. DEEP SPACE NINE VS THE NEXT GENERATION. ROUND 2

Round 2 DS9. Improbable cause season 3 ep 20 DS9 is full of interesting characters and Garak is no exception. After an attempt on his life Odo starts an episode investigation. But of Course Garak being Garak, he's never as innocents as he seems. DS9 excels at outsider character episodes and is one of the … Continue reading STAR TREK. DEEP SPACE NINE VS THE NEXT GENERATION. ROUND 2

GREEN ROOM REVIEW (2015) review by Andrew Cavalluzzi

For the past five years, the indie film company A24 has released some deeply memorable gems, particularly in the horror and thriller category. The majority of these more genre centric releases, like Ex Machina, The Witchand most recently, Hereditaryhave leaned heavily into elements of supernatural and science fiction. Green Room, A24’s 2016 horror thriller from … Continue reading GREEN ROOM REVIEW (2015) review by Andrew Cavalluzzi

BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD IS HEAD OF THE PARK

Daughter of mega director Ron Howard, she's become a successful actress in her own right. First bought to the limelight by M. Night Shyamalan from a production he saw on Broadway, he gave her a role in 2004s The Village and then the Lady in the water (2006). She's  currently starring as one of the … Continue reading BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD IS HEAD OF THE PARK

WHAT THE THING MEANS TO ME

The Thing (1982) John Carpenters The Thing, like the original Blade runner is a great film that nobody bothered to see upon its original release. It wasn't even particularly liked by critics, being described for example by the LA Times for example as "bereft, despairing and nihilistic." And that was one of the kind reviews. … Continue reading WHAT THE THING MEANS TO ME