02nd Dec2021

‘School Of Chocolate: Season One’ Review

by Rhys Payne

In my limited experience, I have found that the best way to learn to do something is by receiving help from someone who is in the field that you are also looking to get into. If you don’t know how to play a certain sport, for example, no one knows the game better than someone […]

24th Nov2021

‘Cowboy Bebop’ Review (Netflix)

by Paul Metcalf

Stars: John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, Alex Hassell | Created by Christopher L. Yost I’ll start off this review by stating that I’ve not seen the anime (yet). This for me is what will make this review interesting as I’m going into it without expectations. What I found was an interesting fusion of styles […]

22nd Nov2021

Video Review: ‘Red Notice’ – A rollocking treasure or Bin-diana Jones?

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of Netflix’s big-budget bonanza Red Notice, which stars Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot. When an Interpol-issued Red Notice the highest level warrant to hunt and capture the world’s most wanted goes out, the FBI’s top profiler John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson) is on the case. His global pursuit […]

11th Nov2021

‘Father Christmas is Back’ Review (Netflix)

by Alain Elliott

Stars: Kelsey Grammer, Elizabeth Hurley, Kris Marshall, John Cleese, Caroline Quentin, Katy Brand, Ray Fearon, Talulah Riley | Written by Hannah Davis, David Conolly, Dylanne Corcoran | Directed by Mick Davis, Philippe Martinez Another day, another new Netflix Christmas movie. Father Christmas is Back took my interest because of its cast. I can’t say I’m […]

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10th Nov2021

‘Army of Thieves’ Review (Netflix)

by Paul Metcalf

Stars: Matthias Schweighofer, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ruby O. Fee, Stuart Martin, Guz Khan, Christian Steyer | Written by Shay Hatten | Directed by Matthias Schweighofer With the release of Army of the Dead, Netflix gave us a fun zombie film that was pretty throw away but promised more. One character that stole the movie though was […]

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08th Nov2021

‘Love Hard’ Review (Netflix)

by Alain Elliott

Stars: Nina Dobrev, Jimmy O. Yang, James Saito, Harry Shum Jr., Matty Finochio, Darren Barnet, Rebecca Staab, Heather McMahan, Mikaela Hoover | Written by Daniel Mackey, Rebecca Ewing | Directed by Hernan Jimenez It’s that time of year where I start watching every Christmas movie possible. Not so long ago I started on December 1st […]

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29th Oct2021

‘Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight 2’ Review (Netflix)

by Jim Morazzini

Stars: Mateusz Wieclawek, Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz, Andrzej Grabowski, Zofia Wichlacz | Written by Bartosz M. Kowalski, Mirella Zaradkiewicz | Directed by Bartosz M. Kowalski Netflix scored a surprise hit last year with the Polish summer camp slaughter film Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight. So it’s no surprise that Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight 2 […]

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08th Oct2021

‘Midnight Mass’ Review (Netflix)

by Paul Metcalf

Stars: Zach Gilford, Kate Siegel, Rahul Kohli, Kristin Lehman, Samantha Sloyan, Igby Rigney, Annarah Cymone, Annabeth Gish, Alex Essoe, Rahul Abburi, Matt Biedel, Henry Thomas | Created by Mike Flanagan Netflix and Mike Flanagan have brought back event TV for horror fans in the best way. With The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting […]

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06th Oct2021

‘Diana: The Musical’ Review (Netflix)

by Rhys Payne

Stars: Roe Hartrampf, Judy Kaye, Jenna de Waal, Bruce Dow, Erin Davie, Gareth Keegan, Nathan Lucrezio | Written by Joe DiPietro (book), David Bryan (music) | Directed by Christopher Ashley A little while ago I wrote a review for a soundtrack titled Princess Diana: The Musical (for anyone interested you can read it here) but […]

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29th Sep2021

‘Sex Education: Season 3’ Review (Netflix)

by Rhys Payne

If you have ever met me in real life I can guarantee that at some point throughout the conversation I have brought up the fact that I appeared as an extra in Netflix’s Sex Education season two. I have not been able to find myself in the show yet (which I am a little disappointed […]

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21st Sep2021

Video Review: ‘Kate’ – Ass-Kicking Assassin… Assassinated?!

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of action thiller Kate, which is in available to watch on Netflix now. A female assassin has 24 hours to get vengeance on her murderer before she dies. Directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, Kate stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Woody Harrelson, Miku Patricia Martineau, Tadanobu Asano, Jun Kunimura and Michiel Huisman.

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03rd Sep2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars 6×12’ Review

by Rhys Payne

I am still not over the fact that two episodes ago Silky Nutmeg Gnache dominated the lip-sync showdown by winning six consecutive battles but fell down at the last hurdle which was Eureka. Because of this, Eureka won a chance to return to the main competition and came back with her fire under her ass […]

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27th Aug2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars 6×11’ Review

by Rhys Payne

I have to admit that I loved last weeks episode of Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars. We saw the remaining queens watch on as a compilation of eliminated queens lip-syncs against one another in an attempt to return to the competition. In reality, the whole episode was the Silky Nutmeg Gnache show as she won six […]

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20th Aug2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars 6×10’ Review

by Rhys Payne

In last weeks episode of Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars, we said goodbye to Eureka after the queens had to design and create a new animated character to add to the drag tots. I enjoyed that the idea of school and toddler was embedded into most of the sections of the episode and I did […]

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13th Aug2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars 6×09’ Review

by Rhys Payne

There has been a lot of discussions online about the differences between a normal series of Drag Race with the snatch game and Drag Race All-Stars seasons that have the snatch game of love. While I personally prefer the regular snatch game, I do believe that there needs to be a difference between the challenges […]

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06th Aug2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars 6×08’ Review

by Rhys Payne

In last weeks episode of Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars, the queens had to write and perform an original verse to “Show Up Queen” which contained a heavy focus on activism and standing up for what you believe in. Trinity was declared the rightful winner after choreographing her whole team, creating moving lyrics regarding her […]

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05th Aug2021

‘Hostage House’ Review (Netflix)

by Phil Wheat

Stars: Jennifer Taylor, Julia Terranova, Emily Sweet, Justin C. Schilling, Patrick Cronen, Richard Neil, Kamen Casey | Written by Daniel West | Directed by David Benullo Hostage House sees an ambitious realtor, who’s showing a palatial-looking home in her neighbourhood, get caught up, along with her daughter, in a hostage situation during an open house… […]

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03rd Aug2021

‘The Movies That Made Us: Season 2’ Review (Netflix)

by Rhys Payne

A little while ago I reviewed season one of The Movies That Made Us and I really enjoyed it; so I was super-excited when it was announced that we were getting a second season of this show. The creative team behind the series The Movies That Made Us have created the perfect formula for a […]

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30th Jul2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars 6×07’ Review

by Rhys Payne

I have to admit that last weeks episode of Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars was not one of my favourites. The queens were instructed to over-act in an American Horror Story inspired sketch which to me came across as very slow and dragged out. I can’t comprehend how Kylie was declared the winner as Michelle […]

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27th Jul2021

Video Review: Fear Street Part Three – 1666

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of Fear Street Part Three: 1666 which is available to stream now on Netflix. The origins of Sarah Fier’s curse are finally revealed as history comes full circle on a night that changes the lives of Shadysiders forever. Directed by Leigh Janiak, Fear Street Part Three: 1666 stars Gillian […]

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23rd Jul2021

‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race All-Stars 6×06’ Review

by Rhys Payne

I still can’t get my head around the pink table discussion challenge from last weeks episode…. I struggle to understand how the queens were supposed to perform as their drag personas, in full drag but real and personable; surely that’s the complete opposite of what a drag queen is supposed to be? This challenge led […]

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22nd Jul2021

Video Review: Fear Street Part Two – 1978

by Kevin Haldon

Here’s Kev with a video review of Fear Street Part Two: 1978 which is available to stream now on Netflix. Shadyside, 1978. School’s out for summer and the activities at Camp Nightwing are about to begin. But when another Shadysider is possessed with the urge to kill, the fun in the sun becomes a gruesome […]

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