“Spider-Man: Homecoming is… the closest thing we’ll ever get to John Hughes directing a superhero movie.” Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming Review: Spidey’s Solo Outing Swings in All the Right Directions
“For anyone else, ditching the cops with more yanks of the handbrake than learning to drive with your parents is an unenviable task, but Baby makes it look like child’s play.” Continue reading Baby Driver Review: Fall in Love With Wright’s Latest Full-Throttle Film
“Covenant is undoubtedly a step in the right direction for the franchise, and I’m glad that when I saw it, I wore the brown pants.”
Continue reading Alien: Covenant Review: Terrifying Fun As Scott Continues to Restore the Franchise
“Not only does Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 improve on the first film, it also stands out as one of the best films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s certainly one of the funniest, most heartwarming films in the saga, telling one of the most interesting stories we’ve seen so far.” Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review: Family Very Much At the Heart of a Sequel That Triumphs
“I have not felt tension and fear like seeing Alien on the big screen for a long time, if not ever. The film is 38 years old this year, but still holds up as one of the greatest sci-fi and horror films of all time.” Continue reading Alien (1979) Review: A Masterclass in Horror and Tension Still Terrifies Nearly 40 Years On (Alien Day Pt 2)
“I realise it’s been about two weeks since Alien Day, and since then I’ve been buried in coursework so I have sadly had no time to write anything other than these assignments that have been hanging over me like a boot over an ant.” Continue reading A Brief Update: Dammit, Essays!
“I can understand why many fans were initially unhappy with Prometheus, but I personally felt that the film works both as a prequel and also a sci-fi/horror film in its own right.” Continue reading Prometheus (2012) Review: An Enjoyable Prequel To the 1979 Classic (Alien Day Pt 1)