The World’s End

        Plot Perpetual man-child Gary King (Simon Pegg) orchestrates a reunion with his old school friends in an attempt to complete the legendary bar-crawl ‘The Golden Mile’ that they first attempted on their last day of school. Upon returning to their home town of Newton Haven they find that the residents have … Continue reading

Tyrannosaur

For a film written in only one week, it would be fair to assume the end result would be disappointing but in the case of actor-turned-director Paddy Considine, his first feature is gritty, raw and utterly compelling.  Though be warned that this is not an easy watch. To give some idea of what to expect, … Continue reading

Snow White and the Huntsman

As many of us are already aware, Walt Disney is widely responsible for convincing the world that fairytales are innocent and wholesome when in fact the original tales are significantly darker than he would have us believe. In this aspect it is therefore quite fitting to have a ‘darker and grittier’ reboot of the tale, … Continue reading

War Horse

It may seem a stretch to believe that a war story based on the experiences of a horse could capture the attention of an audience but not only has it made a successful novel and subsequent West-End show, it now appears that it can work just as effectively in film format. Adapted for the screen … Continue reading