You're Next review

You’re Next deb­uted at the Toronto Inter­na­tional Film Fest­ival in 2011, and then, noth­ing. Des­pite get­ting a good recep­tion at the fest­ival, it sat on…

The World's End review

At last, The Three Fla­vours Cor­netto Tri­logy, as it’s become known, arrives at it’s con­clu­sion. The first, Shaun of the Dead, was the zom­bie one.

Bounty Killer review

I love a good post-apocalypse. Obvi­ously, there are draw­backs. Law­less waste­lands full of rap­ing and pil­la­ging; radi­ation scorched skies; no anti­bi­ot­ics to treat pre­vi­ously cur­able…

Now You See Me review

Have there been many films where a group of magi­cians use their skills of mis­dir­ec­tion to per­form bank heists? I don’t remem­ber too many to…

World War Z review

It’s a fact that a zom­bie movie is in the pro­cess of being made every sixty seconds. Actu­ally, it’s not a fact. I made it…

A Good Day To Die Hard review

Alfred Hitch­cock once said, “Always make the audi­ence suf­fer as much as pos­sible.” I don’t know whether John Moore read that quote before shoot­ing A…

Warm Bodies review

Warm Bod­ies is based on a novel by Isaac Marion. And they don’t come much more high concept. It’s Twi­light with zom­bies. Or is it…