Category: Reviews

Review: The Ice Road

Liam Neeson stars as Grumpy Old Man #812 in The Ice Road, a race against time style thriller that sees a group ice road truckers haul ass across the Canadian wilderness to deliver crucial supplies needed to aid in the recue effort of trapped miners after a cave in at a diamond mine. In theory …

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Review: Love, Victor Season 2

The very minute the first season of Love, Victor ended I was on Google trying to find out the status of Season 2. I really didn’t want to wait another year or more for another season of the show and at the time there was a lot of unknowns in the entertainment industry due to …

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Revisited: The Fast and the Furious

As The Fast Saga gears up for the release of F9, we decided to take a look back at the film that started it all all the way back in 2001. Released in September 2001 here in the UK, The Fast and the Furious seemingly took the world by storm from the outset with it’s …

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Review: Garbage – “No Gods No Masters”

After what seems like forever Garbage are finally back with their politically charged new album, No Gods No Masters. Garbage are a funny band in the sense that they’ve never conformed to one particular style or fitted any standard mould. They’ve always been true to themselves, unapologetically so, and not only is that something to …

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Review: Nobody

Directed by Ilya Naishuller (Hardcore Henry) and written by Derek Kolstad (John Wick), Nobody tells the story of a mild mannered family man with a mysterious past who becomes the target some pretty nasty Russians after an incident on a bus. Imagine if American Beauty and John Wick had a baby and you’d have some …

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Review: Wet Wet Wet – “The Journey Out of Lockdown”

Following the delay of their next album, now due for release in October, Wet Wet Wet surprised us all with the digital release of The Journey Out of Lockdown: The Greatest Hits Live from Glasgow. Comprised of audio from their live broadcast back in April, the release sees the band’s biggest and best songs being …

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Review: Spiral: From the Book of Saw

For those who may not know, Spiral is the next chapter in the Saw franchise (kind of). While not a direct sequel to what has come before, Spiral acts as somewhat of a spinoff to the main Saw series much in the same way Hobbs & Shaw was a spinoff from The Fast and the …

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Review: A Quiet Place Part II

When A Quiet Place originally released in 2018 I don’t anyone could have predicted just how good the film was going to be. Personally, I stupidly dismissed it based solely on the fact that I didn’t know who John Krasinski was at the time but once I finally got around to watching it, I was …

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Review: The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers Season 1

When I was growing up, The Mighty Ducks was one of my favourite films and all I ever wanted was a Mighty Ducks jersey of my very own. I held the original movie in the same regard as something like Return of the Jedi so when The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers was officially announced with …

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Review: Del Amitri – “Fatal Mistakes”

For the first time since 2002, Del Amitri are back with a new album with the release of Fatal Mistakes. However, despite remaining in our hearts and in our ears over the years, is this latest release the return we’d all hoped for or does it fail to live up to the beloved legacy they’ve …

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