Ryan Easby

Review: Hellboy

Review: Hellboy

I’ve never actually seen Guillermo Del Toro’s Hellboy movies. Sacrilege, I know. I’ve also never read the Hellboy comics. So when I say that the 2019 Hellboy is one of the worst comic book movies I’ve ever seen and the worst movie I’ve seen so far this year, I say this from the stance of […]

 Ryan Easby

Review: Shazam

Review: Shazam

You know, I went into Shazam with zero expectations. Like, it’s Shazam for gods sakes. But, after DC managed to completely screw up Superman and Batman, this was really all they had left. If this failed, it was over for them. So, did Shazam succeed? Or was it just another failure in a long line […]

 Kamron Kent

Spoiler free review: Instant Family

Spoiler free review: Instant Family

Credit: Instagram Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne star in this feel-good film of 2019, that was inspired by real-life events. The film brings both comedy and drama that pulls on each and every one of your heartstrings. It follows Pete (Wahlberg) and Ellie (Byrne); House renovators, as they decide to juggle both their job and […]

 Northern Lights

Preview: Instant Family

Preview: Instant Family

By Leah Corkin Instant Family is the gold quality comedy film of the year. Following the success of Mark Wahlberg’s previous film successes including, Daddy’s Home and Ted, Wahlberg returns to the screen as Pete an adoptive father. Joining him is Rose Byrne (Bad Neighbours and Bridesmaids) as his wife Ellie. From the trailer, it […]

 Richard Bellis

Review: The Lego Movie 2

Review: The Lego Movie 2

After seeing the first Lego film back in 2014 and being surprised at how good it was, we were worried that the second part would not live up to its predecessor, but we were wrong. The Lego Movie 2 is just as fun as the original, continuing the story from where we left off with […]

 Emma Lowson

FILM REVIEW: American Assassin (2017)

FILM REVIEW: American Assassin (2017)

Starring The Maze Runner’s Dylan O’Brien and Birdman’s Michael Keaton, American Assassin is an action packed thriller with a LOT of fighting. If you get easily attached to characters in movies, this might not be the film for you as almost every new character introduced dies within minutes.   O’Brien stars as Mitch Rapp, an American who loses his parents in a car accident as a […]

 Alexander Beard

The Founder – Preview

The Founder – Preview

February 17, 2017 will see the release of the Michael Keaton-starring The Founder, the story of the fast food phenomenon known as McDonalds. Keaton plays the part of Ray Kroc, a travelling salesman who meets the McDonald brothers Richard and Maurice (Nick Offerman, John Carroll) and convinces them to franchise their small diner, eventually transforming […]

 John Connell

Review: The Last Shadow Puppets – Everything You’ve Come To Expect

Review: The Last Shadow Puppets – Everything You’ve Come To Expect

Turner and Kane return after nearly a decade away

Last week, The Last Shadow Puppets released their long-awaited second album, Everything You’ve Come To Expect. The Alex Turner and Miles Kane fronted band hadn’t released music together since 2008, so expectations were high. Having recently added a date at Newcastle City Hall to their extensive UK tour alongside appearances at several worldwide festivals this […]

 Annie Roberts

REVIEW – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

The final instalment for the Hunger Games series has finally been released and it was well worth the wait! The first part of Mockingjay left many disappointed wondering where the action was and why it took so long to get into it. So on this note, I was dubious as to whether I would enjoy […]

 Annie Roberts

REVIEW: Adele – 25

REVIEW: Adele – 25

She’s back. The well awaited album from six-time Grammy Award winner Adele is finally here. When Adele dropped a clip of her new single Hello into an ad break on Sunday nights X Factor’s results the internet exploded with excitement. There was no need for introduction or even her face to appear on screen because the […]