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Sacha Baron Cohen returns once again with British-set comedy Grimsby, in which two estranged brothers who have gone down very different paths in life reunite for the first time in 28 years. Choen plays dimwitted football fan Nobby who lives in Grimsby with his girlfriend (Rebel Wilson) and their abundance of kids. Separated from his younger brother as a child Nobby is on a quest … Continue reading Grimsby

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Paragraph Film Review: The Falling

In 1969, girls at an English girls’ school start fainting. All the time. With what is quite possibly the most annoying xylophone noise in the background the girls take it in turns to flop to the floor for no apparent reason, while Maisie Williams’ character fornicates with her brother. Possibly one of the strangest films I’ve seen in a long time, it’s about as boring … Continue reading Paragraph Film Review: The Falling

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Catastrophe is yet another gem from Amazon Prime, this time a romantic comedy with a very, very British feel. American advertising professional Rob gets Irish girl Sharon, a single 30-something living in London, pregnant when the pair hook up whilst Rob is on a business trip. Deciding to do right by the child the two very quickly move in together with hilarious results. Catastrophe is … Continue reading Catastrophe

The Inbetweeners 2

Everyone’s favourite group of socially challenged school boys  are back with their sequel to the 2011 The Inbetweeners Movie. The foursome reunite in The Inbetweeners 2 for a trip to Australia and, as is to be expected, hilarity ensues. Will (Simon Bird), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Simon (Joe Thomas) head ‘down under’ to surprise Jay (James Buckley), who is on an amazing gap year in Oz, where he is supposedly … Continue reading The Inbetweeners 2

The Decoy Bride

Ever fancied seeing David Tennant strut his stuff in tartan flares? Well now’s your chance! A well written, well acted rom-com set on a beautiful remote Scottish island, what more could you ask for? The Decoy Bride is an under-watched gem deserving of far more publicity. The world’s media infests a remote Scottish island when word gets out that famous Hollywood actress, and every mans ideal woman Lara … Continue reading The Decoy Bride

The Seasoning House

Hard hitting, nail-bitingly tense and gloriously violent The Seasoning House is hard to stomach but well worth cringing your way through till the end. Teenage girls are kidnapped from their homes during the war and held hostage in ‘the seasoning house’, where they are prostituted to visiting soldiers. Angel (Rosie Day), a deaf and mute girl, has been given the job of caring for and preparing the … Continue reading The Seasoning House

The World’s End ‘To err is human, so, err…’

Doctor Who meets The Hangover in the latest (and last) instalment of the Cornetto Trilogy; The World’s End. Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back on fine comedy form with a bigger and better cast than the previous two movies. Five friends reunite 20 years after they failed to complete epic pub crawl ‘the golden mile’ to try it again. Gary King (Simon Pegg) dreams of reaching the final … Continue reading The World’s End ‘To err is human, so, err…’

Disgusted with some of the people in this world: Terror attack in London

Following this recent news story about the attack on a young man thought to be a British soldier, I just had to air my views. Firstly, here’s the video of this disgusting, sub human piece of dirt justifying the attack: He thinks that because in ‘his land’ (his accent and colour would suggest that he is not from Afghanistan, which is where our troops are…in fact the reports … Continue reading Disgusted with some of the people in this world: Terror attack in London

Continuing the Cornetto Trilogy

The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy are three films directed by Edgar Wright, written by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg and starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. The third and final film in the series has been announced, so I thought I’d take a look back at the other two films in my excitement and anticipation for the third. The Red Strawberry Cornetto: Shaun of the Dead The first in the cornetto trilogy is Shaun of … Continue reading Continuing the Cornetto Trilogy


Sightseers is a recent British black-comedy directed by Ben Wheatley. Tina leaves home to travel by caravan with new boyfriend Chris. But things soon turn sour when their romantic holiday takes a strange turn. Sightseers is darkly funny, and there is a tinge of ironic humour through out. It wasn’t the comedy drama I imagined it to be and I was pleasantly surprised and very impressed. It’s very dark and rather … Continue reading Sightseers