3.5

The Kid Who Would Be King Review

You may have thought we were done with Arthurian legends given the dud-showing at the box office of Guy Ritchie’s cockney, bar brawling King Arthur film crash landed in 2017, but Joe Cornish is here to show th...
1

Mortal Engines Review

About ten minutes into Mortal Engines, I became convinced I would never find out what a mortal engine actually is. Is it the giant behemoth city that is London on wheels? Or maybe it’s the centipede like vehic...
1

The Predator Review

The Predator, written and directed by (the usually unbelievably talented) Shane Black (Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, The Nice Guys) is a complete shambles. In fact, so much so that I sat in the cinema until the credit...

God of War – Context Sensitive

On this first episode of Context Sensitive, Andrew talks about on of the best games of 2018 - God of War. This is a game which looks at masculinity, and looks at the role of violence in our lives. It's a v...
4.5

Upgrade Review

Leigh Whannell is a filmmaker who is steeped in the genres of cinema. The Saw series carved a way through the horror genre, helping forge a subgenre of gorno films (or, torture porn) that changed the face of h...
3.8

The Predator Series: Now You See It

In the mid 1990’s I spent the weekend at my dad’s house. I can't remember the exact year, I can't remember my exact age – probably a little too young – but one thing I do remember is Bill Duke's head getting s...
4.5

Mission: Impossible – Fallout Review

Stunts, Stunts and – Stunts. The only way to begin a review about this film, in my opinion, is with those three simple words. Mission: Impossible - Fallout is the latest insertion in the Mission: Impossible se...
2

The Equalizer 2 Review

Director Antoine Fuqua, who blessed us with such actioners like The Replacement Killers, Bait, Shooter, Training Day (which helped secure Fuqua regular Denzel Washington a Best Actor Oscar), and The Equalizer r...