Wrestling Review – WWE – Elimination Chamber 2021

WWE – Elimination Chamber 2021 (Cert 15) 1 Disc DVD (Distributor: Fremantle Media) Running Time: 147 minutes approx. Release Date: April 12th Now firmly on the Road to Wrestlemania, the first pit stop is for the annual caged mayhem that is the Elimination Chamber. With the challengers for the two World title matches for Wrestlemania … Continue reading Wrestling Review – WWE – Elimination Chamber 2021

Movie Review – Tracey

Tracey Hong Kong (2018) Dir. Jun Li Gay rights in many countries are still a fantasy despite us now being in the 21st century. Whether it is because of religion or hidebound attitudes afraid of causing uproar, even those who view themselves as progressive thinkers still deny homosexuals some civil liberties. Hong Kong, it seems, … Continue reading Movie Review – Tracey

Movie Review – Possessor

Possessor UK/Canada (2020) Dir. Brandon Cronenberg Body swap films are usually comedies playing up to the dichotomy of opposing genders, differing age groups, or clashing personalities. Put in the hands of a horror filmmaker and you know this concept is going be applied to something darker and psychologically challenging. Club hostess Holly (Gabrielle Graham) welcomes … Continue reading Movie Review – Possessor

Movie Review – Beyond The Dream

Beyond The Dream Hong Kong (2019) Dir. Kiwi Chow “I thought love was only true in fairy tales / Meant for someone else, but not for me” This thing called love is a fantasy for some of us, yet, a condition exists which convinces people someone - a celebrity or somebody they know - is … Continue reading Movie Review – Beyond The Dream

Movie Review – I Still Remember (Er Ci Ren Sheng)

I Still Remember (Er Ci Ren Sheng) Hong Kong (2021) Dir. Lik Ho “For once in your life, cheer yourself on!” Some people like to think life is a race with those always up at the front or the fastest are getting the most out of it. For others it is about taking part and … Continue reading Movie Review – I Still Remember (Er Ci Ren Sheng)

Movie Review – Chinese Zodiac (Sap ji sang ciu)

Chinese Zodiac (Sap ji sang ciu) Hong Kong/China (2012) Dir. Jackie Chan Disclaimer: the version of this film under review is from Amazon Prime and is the US cut, meaning not only is there a horrible English dub but also, per Jackie Chan himself, 20 minutes was cut to make it faster paced for American … Continue reading Movie Review – Chinese Zodiac (Sap ji sang ciu)

Movie Review – My Prince Edward

  My Prince Edward Hong Kong (2019) Dir. Norris Wong There is an episode of The Simpsons in which Bart cons the bullies to into doing his homework, an essay on the subject “What Freedom Means To Me”. This is quite a loaded question for a 10 year-old to answer, and let’s face it, ask … Continue reading Movie Review – My Prince Edward

Movie Review – The Dude In Me (Naeanui Geunom)

The Dude In Me (Naeanui Geunom) Korea (2019) Dir. Kang Hyo-Jin Those of us who aren’t the most dynamic, good looking, or adept at physical activities long to be imbued with these skills if we see how cool those who do possess them are. It would be nice to wake up and be a different … Continue reading Movie Review – The Dude In Me (Naeanui Geunom)

Movie Review – Lullaby aka The Perfect Nanny (Chanson douce)

Lullaby aka The Perfect Nanny (Chanson douce) France (2019) Dir. Lucie Borleteau For parents with very young children, finding the right person outside of the family to entrust their offspring with is an unenviable task at the best of times - not everyone can be Mary Poppins (just ask Emily Blunt). Making the wrong choice … Continue reading Movie Review – Lullaby aka The Perfect Nanny (Chanson douce)

Movie Review – Classmates Minus

Classmates Minus Taiwan (2020) Dir. Hsin-yao Huang “This film might be the first in history where the director enters the frame to hit people” I can honestly say this is the first film I have ever seen where this has happened, so Hsin-yao Huang could very well be speaking the truth. But this is a … Continue reading Movie Review – Classmates Minus