Movies

VIDEO: Rambo Revisited

VIDEO: Rambo Revisited

Rod Petrie picks up a bow ‘n arrow and straps on a bandanna to revisit Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo series. 

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It Was a Monster Mash: Revisiting Pacific Rim

It Was a Monster Mash: Revisiting Pacific Rim

Guillermo Del Toro channels his inner Harryhausen with this Kaiju blockbuster, but did it deserve to become a franchise? Oscar gives it another look. 

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REVIEW: Deadpool 2 (2018)

REVIEW: Deadpool 2 (2018)

The Merc with a Mouth returns in this eagerly-awaited second outing. Richard gives us his thoughts. 

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Dino Droppings: Revisiting Jurassic World

Dino Droppings: Revisiting Jurassic World

With the kingdom about to fall, we revisit the first installment in this Jurassic Park spin-off series. 

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VIDEO: SquabbleCast Illustrated: “Jurassic Lark”

VIDEO: SquabbleCast Illustrated: “Jurassic Lark”

Dave is joined by Ashley Knowles for an exploration of the original Jurassic Park trilogy in this video edition of SquabbleCast. 

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CINEMA CLASSICS: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

CINEMA CLASSICS: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

Oscar Stainton completes his Dollars Trilogy retrospective with the much-celebrated final chapter. 

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A True Death Wish: Revisiting Death Sentence

A True Death Wish: Revisiting Death Sentence

With the Death Wish remake currently in cinemas, we revisit James Wan’s true successor to the vigilante throne. 

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PODCAST: 6 in 15 #5: “Stephen King Novels”

PODCAST: 6 in 15 #5: “Stephen King Novels”

Dylan returns to pick six of his favourite Stephen King classics. 

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French Found Footage: Revisiting As Above, So Below

French Found Footage: Revisiting As Above, So Below

It’s a bad day in Paris in this cult-y horror flick. Richard argues that it should have been left in the catacombs. 

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SEQUELISED: For a Few Dollars More (1965)

SEQUELISED: For a Few Dollars More (1965)

The Man with No Name returns in this oft-overlooked sequel to Sergio Leone’s spaghetti western classic. Oscar tells us why it is just as worthy. 

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