Wrestling Review – WWE Money In The Bank 2021

WWE Money In The Bank 2021 (Cert 15) 1 DVD (Distributor: Fremantle Media) Running Time: 193 minutes approx. Release Date: September 6th Look who’s back? After testing the waters with Wrestlemania 37, the fans have been allowed to return to the arenas, meaning the WWE has said goodbye to its home for the past nine … Continue reading Wrestling Review – WWE Money In The Bank 2021

Anime Review – Made In Abyss Movie: Dawn Of The Deep Soul

Made In Abyss Movie: Dawn Of The Deep Soul (Cert 15) 1 Disc Blu-ray (Distributor: MVM) Running time: 106 minutes approx. Release Date: September 6th A few notes before we get into this review, this film is not a spin-off from the TV series - it is a direct continuation with no concessions or new … Continue reading Anime Review – Made In Abyss Movie: Dawn Of The Deep Soul

Movie Review – Dogs Don’t Wear Pants

Dogs Don’t Wear Pants (Koirat eivät käytä housuja) Finland (2019) Dir. J-P Valkeapää Newsflash - dogs don’t wear any clothes at all! Unless of course their owners dress them up for a fun photo for Christmas or birthdays, and it’s not a regular thing - that is just weird. Speaking of weird… Heart surgeon Juha … Continue reading Movie Review – Dogs Don’t Wear Pants

Movie Review – The Titfield Thunderbolt

The Titfield Thunderbolt UK (1953) Dir. Charles Crichton Governments are supposed to work for the people and ensure the country runs smoothly and that everybody has a good, healthy life. So why is it they end up serving themselves instead and screwing it up for the rest of us? At least there is one thing … Continue reading Movie Review – The Titfield Thunderbolt

Movie Review – Crazy Samurai: 400 vs. 1

Crazy Samurai: 400 vs. 1 (Kurui Musashi) Japan (2020) Dir. Yuji Shimomura We’ve all seen those martial arts films where the hero takes on a group of six to ten men and beats them all decisively, sometimes bare handed, other times with a weapon like a stick, nunchaku, or maybe even a sword. Some samurai … Continue reading Movie Review – Crazy Samurai: 400 vs. 1

Movie Review – The Pure Hell Of St Trinian’s

The Pure Hell Of St Trinian's UK (1960) Dir. Frank Launder In Blue Murder At St. Trinian's, the second film in the series based on the cartoon strip by Ronald Searle, the ghastly girls of the titular school ran riot across Europe. With world domination assuredly not far behind, this time they set their sights … Continue reading Movie Review – The Pure Hell Of St Trinian’s

Movie Review – Blue Murder At St. Trinian’s

Blue Murder At St. Trinian's UK (1957) Dir. Frank Launder One the key things about comedy films is how they are the easiest genre to suspend disbelief for, otherwise we’d never enjoy them. Take the St. Trinian's series for example - with its reputation as the worst run, least performing, and most troublesome school in … Continue reading Movie Review – Blue Murder At St. Trinian’s

Movie Review – Wild Search (Ban wo chuang tian ya)

Wild Search (Ban wo chuang tian ya) Hong Kong (1989) Dir. Ringo Lam Families shouldn’t really have secrets from each other but they do, and not all of them are “good ones” like hiding a surprise birthday party from them. The last thing you want is the police rocking up at your door with news … Continue reading Movie Review – Wild Search (Ban wo chuang tian ya)

Movie Review – The Belles Of St. Trinian’s

The Belles Of St. Trinian's UK (1954) Dir. Frank Launder You know that 19th century nursery rhyme which postulates “Sugar and spice and all things nice/That's what little girls are made of”? I bet the writer of this ditty would have been eating his words if he ever heard of the girls attending a certain … Continue reading Movie Review – The Belles Of St. Trinian’s

Movie Review – Anbirkiniyal

Anbirkiniyal India (2021) Dir. Gokul What does it take to survive? Is it strength, resourcefulness, intelligence, or sheer will power? The answer would most likely be “all of the above” when your life is in danger, yet there are different types of survival that require hope, patience, and perseverance. One intangible quality needed is spirit. … Continue reading Movie Review – Anbirkiniyal