Movie Review – Lucania

Lucania Italy (2019) Dir. Gigi Roccati The relationship between humans and nature could be paralleled with that of a mother and child - both are in need of care, attention, and proper nurturing or they will never prosper or grow to reach their true potential. As times change, some people sadly lose focus of this. … Continue reading Movie Review – Lucania

Anime Review – Goodbye, Don Glees!

Goodbye, Don Glees! (Cert PG) Theatrical Release (Distributor: Anime Ltd.) Running time: 97 minutes approx. Release Date: November 30th    Kids are too eager to grow up, believing a world of unfettered pleasure and autonomy awaits them. Once they become adults however, they soon realise being a child has its advantages after all, and yearn … Continue reading Anime Review – Goodbye, Don Glees!

Movie Review – Argentina, 1985

Argentina, 1985 Argentina (2022) Dir. Santiago Mitre “Never again!” Military juntas are a terrifying prospect. How can people whose purpose in life is to kill be deemed suitable to lead a country via diplomatic means? If we’ve learned anything from history they can’t, which is why military coups are never democratically elected into office.  Argentina … Continue reading Movie Review – Argentina, 1985

Movie Review – Napoleon And Me

Napoleon And Me (Napoleon to Watashi) Japan (2021) Dir. Yusuke Koroyasu Many people think happiness is only achievable if that special someone is in your life. As a perpetual loner, I will never know if this true or what happiness is, but I do know that being single does not mean my life is over. … Continue reading Movie Review – Napoleon And Me

Anime Review – Samurai 7 Collector’s Edition

Samurai 7 Collector's Edition (Cert 15) 3 Discs Blu-ray (Distributor: MVM) Running time: 677 minutes approx. Release Date: November 28th    It is a very brave person who decides to take one of the most celebrated, revered, and influential films of all time and not only turn it into an anime adaptation but also give … Continue reading Anime Review – Samurai 7 Collector’s Edition

Movie Review – Brian And Charles

Brian And Charles UK (2022) Dir. Jim Archer The premise of John Hughes’s 80’s teen comedy Weird Science saw what some of us wish we could do - build our own girlfriend. As tawdry as that sounds today, I’m sure there are many other lonely people who still have that dream. And if not a … Continue reading Movie Review – Brian And Charles

Anime Review – Princess Principal: Crown Handler Part 2

  Princess Principal: Crown Handler Part 2 (Cert 12) 1 Disc Blu-ray (Distributor: MVM) Running time: 57 minutes approx. Release Date: November 28th We return to alternate Victorian London which serves as the setting for the adventures of the group of female spies known as Team White Pigeon for the second of six theatrical releases … Continue reading Anime Review – Princess Principal: Crown Handler Part 2

Blu-Ray Review – The Dead And The Deadly

The Dead And The Deadly (Cert 12) 1 Disc Blu-ray (Distributor: Eureka Entertainment) Running Time: 99 minutes approx. Release Date – November 21st Loyalty from friends is something most people hope for but only a few really enjoy. I’m not talking about giving you a lift somewhere or buying nice presents for your birthday, but … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – The Dead And The Deadly

Wrestling Review – WWE – Extreme Rules 2022

WWE – Extreme Rules 2022 (Cert 15) 1 Disc DVD (Distributor: Fremantle Media) Running Time: 188 minutes approx. Release Date: November 28th   The Triple H era in WWE got off to flying start with the Clash At The Castle PLE, which didn’t have a bad match on the card and, aside from a questionable … Continue reading Wrestling Review – WWE – Extreme Rules 2022

Movie Review – 6/45

6/45 Korea (2022) Dir. Park Gyu-tae Could you share a huge wealth with people diametrically opposed to you in almost every way - i.e. politically and philosophically? It’s an unlikely situation granted, but everyone needs money and altruism is not lost in everyone, unless your hand is forced. By a twist of fate, a lottery … Continue reading Movie Review – 6/45