• Horror Movie of the Month – BONE TOMAHAWK

    You’ve seen Westerns. You’ve seen horror movies. But have you ever seen a Western-horror movie? No? Well then sit back and relax - you’re in for a treat....
  • Film Review: The Christmas Chronicles

    Like it or not, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. In the past, we have seen a range of Santas grace our screens at this time of year, from Richard Attenborough to Tim Allen, but now it is time for Kurt Russell to take the reins in...
  • Cinematic Dogmatic #4 – 16/2/16 – 8/3/16

    ‘Cinematic Dogmatic’ brings you all the latest films in one place! This week: Bone Tomahawk, Hail, Caesar!, High-Rise, London has Fallen, Secret in their Eyes and Triple 9. Tom brings you quick-fire opinions on the hottest new releases. Bone Tomahawk The latest entry into the posse of revisionist, post-modern, feminist, parodic,...
  • Film Review – Bone Tomahawk

    The western is dead, it would seem. At least in the conventional sense. In the last few years there’s been a plethora of revisionist, post-modern, feminist, parodic, and mash-up takes on that most American of genre. Though the most famous redux still remains the Spaghetti Western era of deconstruction...
  • Film Review – The Hateful Eight

    In my preview for this film I wrote that it could be another of Tarantino’s best works, however, by time of writing this review – I might need to revise that opinion. Without any spoilers, The Hateful Eight might actually be Tarantino’s best film ever, which truly entrenches him as one...
  • 2016: Hot Or Not – The Hateful Eight

    Lets wave goodbye to 2015! Good times, bad times we’ve had them all – but you know what they say, as one door closes, another one opens. Over the coming month we’ll be bringing you a snapshot of everything 2016 has to offer – the good, the bad and...
  • Film Review – Furious 7

    The seventh instalment in the explosive racing turned heist franchise, which has surprisingly seen more mileage than expected, is finally upon us, a year later than scheduled due to the untimely passing of its lead, Paul Walker. The film is ultimately a celebration of his memory and his contribution to the...