Jingle All The Way (1996)

Well well well….I thought I’d start off Throwback Thursday with a seasonal children’s classic, Jingle All The Way. Now this was a bog standard feature that appeared on TV without fail during the lead up to Christmas. To a child, what is there not to like: Comical mischief, Christmas, “Awesome” special affects *cough* (for 96′…

Throwback Thursday: Having a reel retro time

A new feature starting this week aptly named Throwback Thursday, will be where I conduct reviews of films from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and 00’s. Get ready for some old school classics. Check back here every Thursday for your hit of pure nostalgia.

Off Topic #10 : A Touchy Subject

This may seem like a sensitive area (no pun intended),  but its pretty difficult to hide away from this rather big scoop from the cinematic world.

Split (2017)

Viewers can say they are “truly moved” by emotive films with depth and meaning that not only entertain but educate. This would sound a bit like something you would attach to a Rom-com or a documentary style viewing, but I am going to apply it to Split. I didn’t do any research into DID  (Dissociative Identity Disorder)…

Moana (2016)

Disney’s Mythical new installment bringing out the real adventurer in us all.

Ghostbusters (2016)

  I watched the 1984 classic as a child (scared me shitless!) giggling at how scatty they were but how they always used to pull it together and save the city, and now they’ve done it again.I was primed to love this film ever since there was a whisper about the possibility two years ago. When…

Demolition (2016)

 Jake Gyllenhaal has always been a favored actor of mine. Not only as he is easy on the eyes (swoon) but also as his style of acting has always been passionate and deep on depicting many a difficult situation when featured cinematically and on this such occasion he came in like a wrecking ball…ahem. From…