TBT – Thor (2011)

With the release of Ant-Manrecently we've been preparing ourselves for a new Marvel line-up. We've known for a while that Robert Downey Jr. is out of the door post Avengers 3 but just how much time awaits his fellow big hitters? Chris Evans is keen to step away from the camera and direct so it... Continue Reading →

Ant-Man (2015)

Is there anyone out there who isn't even a little bit excited for the upcoming phase of Marvel films? It's a fucking great time to be a Marvel fan and it's set to only get better. There are so many exciting new faces set to make their first appearance and it's bloody brilliant... even if... Continue Reading →

TBT – X-Men (2000)

Last week when I was blissfully celebrating the 20th anniversary of one of the greatest teen movies of all time, one of the greatest comic book movies of all time was also celebrating a milestone birthday. On July 14thX-Men, Bryan Singer's first step into the murky world of mutants, turned 15 years old. With Days... Continue Reading →

TBT – Clueless (1995)

If you've been around these parts before, you may be aware that I'm not the biggest fan of Jane Austen. I know, I know. It's not the kind of thing book nerds tend to admit to. I did two literature degrees that focused on Romanticism and had to suffer the sneers of my professors and... Continue Reading →

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Ready Player Oneis the debut novel of Ernest Cline, a writer who, before it's release, was best known for writing the original script of the super disappointing Fanboys. Despite this potentially damning connection, it was one of those books that was fucking everywhere recently. For a few months it was the only bloody book that... Continue Reading →

TBT – Bridesmaids (2011)

In any interview, review or article concerning Melissa McCarthy will inevitably mention her breakout performance in Kirsten Wiig's 2011 female comedy Bridesmaids. Like it's the only fucking role she's ever had. Part of me is sick of Bridesmaids, it just won't go away. When it came out, the critics and the public were falling over... Continue Reading →

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