When Vampires Strike – The Transfiguration (DVD Review)

Posted by - September 1, 2017
Everyone has heard myths about monsters. Whether it be Frankestien's Monster, a Mummy or a Vampire we all know the mystery surrounding them. But what if one of them was more real, i.e your neighbour was one and you didn't have a clue at all - kinda changes the landscape, doesn't it. Well in the

The Thrill Of The Chase – The Lure (Film Review)

Posted by - September 1, 2017
Gaining the unattainable is something which can provide motivation for most. Whether it is a job, a car or something more far fetch, the idea of getting something we never thought we would ever have is something which drives humanity. So when you throw financial gain into the mix, with an almost unsolvable riddle the

Violence In The Silence – Dark Night (Film Review)

Posted by - August 24, 2017
Hostility is something whichseems to be a word that follows American culture. But what if that hostility is born through boredom? Tim Sutton’s Dark Night, almost acts as the white noise you hear after chaos, in this case the 2012 mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes murdered 12 and wounded 70 at a midnight

“This is Beyond Justice” – Population Zero (Film Review)

Posted by - April 21, 2017
When viewing a mockumentary, for the audience there is always an element of "this is a joke right?" But in Population Zero, if you go into this film not knowing it is based on fiction then it is one hell of a ride, which will leave you shocked. The film is driven by documentarian Julian

“You still have time” – Logan (Film Review)

Posted by - March 3, 2017
The tenth instalment in the X-Men franchise, Logan tells the story of an ageing, dying, war-weary Logan trying to make life better for himself and the now senile Charles Xavier, but when a mysterious young girl named Laura Kinney enters Logan’s life, he and Xavier embark on one final adventure before their time is up.

The gloves are off – The Hurt Business (DVD Review)

Posted by - January 2, 2017
Over the last 10 years MMA has been one of the fastest rising sports in the world. The multi-million pound industry has viewers gripped, but behind the glitz and glamour of showcase events like the UFC, how do these athletes cope with day-to-day life? Vlad Yudin's documentary The Hurt Business gives an insight into the