“Noriega Had The Power. I Had The People” – I Am Duran (Film Review)

Posted by - October 29, 2019
Roberto Duran is famously known for being a part of the “four kings of boxing,” which consisted of Duran, Thomas Hearns, Marvin Hagler, and Sugar Ray Leonard. However, Duran also has an upbringing and national pride that’s almost unlike any other in sports, let alone boxing. Making his story and accomplishments all the more admirable

Breaking Free – Lock Up (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - September 30, 2019
One of Sylvester Stallone’s lesser-known efforts from the 1980s, StudioCanal has nonetheless given the prison drama Lock Up the 4K treatment, allowing Stallone fans the chance to own this curio in a fashion in which it has never looked better. Lock Up is certainly one that this admittedly quite Stallone-literate reviewer hadn’t seen before, and

Manages To Push The Franchise Even Further Away From Its Reasonably Successful First Instalment – Escape Plan 3 (Film Review)

Posted by - August 26, 2019
The first instalment of Escape Plan came our way in 2013, and it was the first time Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger came together for a non-Expendables related project. With a strong Arnold-Sly presence, Mikael Håfström accentuated the positives and hid the negatives as best as he could. It proved to be a relatively entertaining

‘This is Classic Rocky’ – Creed II (Film Review)

Posted by - November 26, 2018
After Ryan Coogler relit the fire of the Rocky franchise with his refreshing and original story Creed in 2015, audiences clamoured for a sequel. This time, however, newbie Steven Caple Jr. takes over the director’s chair. To his credit, instead of attempting to match Coogler’s storytelling ability and failing miserably, he takes previous Rocky sequel

Just Play the Game, OK? – Ratchet & Clank (DVD Review)

Posted by - August 19, 2016
Ratchet & Clank was one of my favourite PS2 franchises. It was the promise of videogames becoming a Saturday morning cartoon show made real. So the prospect of it finally getting its own film instantly made it one of my most anticipated releases of the year. Adding to that anticipation was a series of inspired