• TV Review: Narcos: Mexico

    Narcos: Mexico follows the hugely successful first three seasons of Narcos. Shifting its focus from the Sinaloa and Cali Cartels in Colombia, Narcos: Mexico spotlights the gestation of the Guadalaraja cartel in Mexico, the political machinations of key players and the corrupted socio-political fabric that is dominated by drugs...
  • Trailer Watch – Ant-Man

    With everyone’s favourite Marvel characters kicking off the summer in Age of Ultron, the second Marvel movie of 2015 will introduce us to a whole new cast of characters. Despite a rocky production, it’s finally time to meet Marvel’s smallest hero: Ant-Man. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) has created a...
  • Review – Fury

    Exactly what it says on the tin; Fury delivers an honest but ugly snapshot of hostile Germany in 1945, as seen through the misfortunes of an American tank crew. David Ayer’s two hours and fifteen minute war film contains the brutal dismemberment and emotional turmoil we have come to expect...
  • Review – Gangster Squad

    If The Untouchables had a little brother, one that looked up to and aspired to be everything his older brother was, but didn’t have the know-how or the intuition that the elder had, then that little brother is Gangster Squad. But this older brother was interested in personalities and people...
  • Review – End Of Watch

    David Ayer, the screenwriter best known for penning Training Day, has made what could easily be summed up as a “found-footage buddy cop movie” when in actual fact he has created a stunning piece of cinema. End of Watch documents the day to day patrols of trigger-happy LAPD officers and close...