The movie starts with a young boy who is close or nearby to what looks like his father's suicide. We then cut to 20 years into the future to see this young boy grown up and about to enter a small town. The Barber goes through great pains to setup a scenario...
Marvel’s Daredevil hit the streaming channel Netflix at the weekend. Like House of Cards, this is a block release: all thirteen episodes ready to watch. Today’s busy person cannot schedule television breaks to watch something in serial format. Exhausted come the weekend; they sit down and absorb a whole series in one precious sitting. Daredevil plays to that market.
STAR WARS: The Hype Awakens! A guide to navigate the franchise’s future force Via Amazing Artwork – Words: James Murphy Original Artwork: Ryan Crain and Mark Edwards Photographs: Copyright/LucasFilm/Disney A long time ago, in a Galaxy Far, Far Away, a trailer was released for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. […]
BLOCKBUSTER BAILIFFS – Dark Knight in the Dock- By James Murphy We take selected movies and assess the level of their originality/related merit. Unpaid debts WILL be chased and settled. This week: 2008’s The Dark Knight. I have fond memories of The Dark Knight and its GREAT viral marketing […]
KEVIN COSTAIN GETS ‘FURIOUS’. We review the latest cinematic car crime caper from Vin Diesel and co.. Furious 7 Review: Losing More Than Just The Fast By Kevin Costain Furious 7 is upon us. After numerous delays and the loss of leading man Paul Walker, the Fast […]