The end of the year is fast approaching, and after today I only have to watch three more kids’ movies.
Here’s day two of my impromptu Eva Mendes retrospective.
The year is fast running down folks. With less than five weeks left, I could still use any more suggestions any of you have for flicks you want me to see. Feel free to drop a comment on the Suggestions page (the link is up there ↑) and you can check what I’ve already covered on the A-Z. Thank you kindly. And now, let’s take a train…
Horror Week comes to a close with today’s Halloween edition. It’s been a bit of a mixed bag really, but we go out on a bang. The bang of a Winchester repeater, that is…
You can’t have a Horror Week without a tribute to The King (Stephen, not Elvis). While this is certainly one of his less supernatural efforts, it’s still nicely spooky.
Son, if you really want something in this life, you have to work for it. Now quiet! They’re about to announce the lottery numbers – Homer Simpson
When Mrs Andy saw this on sale in Tesco for £3, it was promptly thrown my way and I was told I was watching it. Turns out she can pick a not bad wee film.
Without Joss Whedon and his chums at Marvel, Disney would be hurting pretty bad in the bank accounts this year, thanks to the unexpected failure of today’s film. Is it as bad as their massive financial loss might have you believe? I say nay. It could have been better though.
Au Revoir folks. Bit of a while since my last review, this is due to me and the old ball ‘n chain having a mild Big Bang Theory addiction and watching it repeatedly. Anyhoo, when this popped up on the telly, she exclaimed that it was a weird film, so I had to watch it. Enjoy
As part of my limited bow to the conventions of the calendar, this month has seen quite a few more horror films than usual. Well, here’s another. This flick has the rare distinction of a 100% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, even five years after its release. In case that little fact doesn’t persuade you, read on.
Here’s the latest in the occasional series of films I should have seen years ago. I wasn’t consciously avoiding it, but for some reason I managed to go six years without this experience.