Friday, 31 March 2017

12/04/17 Kong: Skull Island (2017)

A giant fucking monkey has a fight with some evolutionary impossibilities.

Anyway, this is shitey McShitewank, but definitely much better than the Peter Jackson fucking rubbish from a few years ago.



12/04/17 A field In England (2013)

Watched this again as so many people seem to think it's fucking brushed with magical, brilliant cocking amazingness...

But, no, it's actually just as shit as I remember. Fuck this wank.

I stand by my initial thoughts:



11/04/17 The Bye Bye Man (2017)

Starts off pretty good, a man goes on a murderous rampage whilst gibbering about something that cannot be spoken of.

Forty years later, some young people accidentally uncover what it is he didn't want to talk about.

Generic but fair enough.



10/04/17 Stratton (2017)

Based on a novel, directed by and starring people who do film things for a living and still manages to be screamingly piss-terrible.

Particular mention goes to Connie Nielson whose attempt at an upper class English accent is delivered in the style of someone who is still under heavy sedation after particularly invasive dental surgery. Truly terrible.


However, from a hilarity point of view, Miss Nielson kinda makes it worth a watch.



04/17 Groundhog Day (1993)

Podd watched this, I didn't. Although I have seen it. As has everyone.

Silly enough fun.


03/17 The Void (2016)

.Have you ever stayed awake at night thinking "I wish there was a Canadian film that was like a cross between Prince of Darkness, The Mist and Hellraiser"?

Well wish no more!

Er, that pretty much sums it up. It's not quite as good as any of those three, but it's a flippin' solid effort if you like your horror to be eerie, bloody and, er, horror-y.

Definitely worth a go.


03/17 Misfortune (2017)

Mini-budget crime flick that tries hard and mostly succeeds.