February 2nd 2015 – Pointless sequels and needless remakes – Remakes and sequels are now a common sight at a cinema, but that is not a good thing.
February 14th 2015 – Can Star Wars regain it’s force in Episode 7? – With Star Wars due to be released at the end of the year, can it regain what made the original trilogy so popular. Please note before reading this that I am not a fan of Star Wars.
March 5th 2015 – A genre that could learn from another – A look into how films based on computer games could improve by following the example of comic book based films.
April 5th 2015 – Top Twenty Films – Part 1 – A look into ten of my twenty favourite mainstream films. This half of the list contains a virus outbreak, a Spartan army, arguably Christian Bale’s greatest performance, a few classics from the 1980s and one film that contains arguably the best twist ever seen in a movie.
April 28th 2015 – My Top Twenty Films – Part 2 – Second half of my top twenty films of all time. This half of the list contains Brad Pitt aging backwards, a man turning into an insect, an entry from arguably the best franchise of more than five films in history, and a fantasy film from Ron Howard and George Lucas.
August 10th 2015 – The films of 2015 that I’m looking forward to –
August 29th 2015 – Shawshank Redemption’s Andy is Guilty – A look into the character of Andy in “The Shawshank Redemption” and how everyone’s belief that he is innocent could infact be wrong.
September 6th 2015 – Why I won’t apologise for not liking your friend’s movie – I had negatively reviewed a film called “Teacher of the Year” before stepping away from my laptop for a few days. When I returned I had some very immature responses from the director’s friend and he didn’t like that I hadn’t praised the film. This was my response.
September 7th 2015 – Four underrated and underutilised actors – Mainstream movies are filled with actors who consistently put in poor performances, so I decided to take a brief look at four that I feel should be in the mainstream considerably more than that are.
January 19th 2016 – The acting gets nominated – Just before the Academy Awards in 2016, a race-row developed in Hollywood after no-one of a non-white origin was nominated for one of the big four individual awards. This was my take on the situation.
May 18th 2016 – The Bottom 5 so far – In May 2016 I realised that I was close on 200 reviews and articles on the site, so I decided to dedicate that post to listing the five worst films that I’ve reviewed so far.
August 2nd 2016 – Coming soon and looking good – A brief look at films that I am excited by.
September 4th 2016 – The 80s was the greatest decade – I look at why the 1980s is the greatest decade for films.
October 1st 2016 – A preview to the end of 2016 – At the end of each year I rank all of the mainstream films that I saw during the year, this was a preview.
March 17th 2017 – A film for every year – There was a social media thing going on amongst film reviewers in which they named their favourite film from each year that they have been alive. These were my choices.
March 19th 2017 – 85 reasons why the Resident Evil franchise sucked – The Resident Evil film franchise finally ended in 2017 and I took a look at why other than the first one, it was generally a poor franchise.
June 16th 2017 – Almost half way through – After an excellent 2016 in cinema, I felt 2017 was terrible by comparison and in this I look into that.
July 18th 2017 – RIP George Romero – Romero was one of my favourite directors and one that inspired me growing up. In this I look at his impact in Hollywood.
September 1st 2017 – A Ghost Story – A look at David Lowery’s excellent “A Ghost Story”
September 14th 2017 – The Continuing Issue with the MCU – I’m not a massive fan of the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and I look into why.
April 11th 2018 – Is “Love, Simon” the most accurate LGBT film ever? – Looking into the mainstream film “Love, Simon” and how it represents the coming out experience for people in the LGBT community.
April 28th 2018 – What a difference a year makes – I look at the improved line up of films released in 2018 after a relatively poor 2017.