The Empire Strikes Back
Logan (2017) - Trailer #2

Logan (2017) - Trailer #2

One Last Time... — The latest trailer for Fox's upcoming Wolverine movie, Logan has dropped and this time there's far more of an emphasis on the character of Laura Kinney/X-23 played by Dafne Keen who looks to be every bit as effective a killing machine as Hugh Jackman's Logan. The same rugged almost modern day western tone is present and judging by this latest trailer it's still on course to be this years equivalent of 2016's Deadpool, an R-rated comic book adaptation that pulls no punches.

Clive Barker's Hellraiser - Wrong Reel Podcast

Clive Barker's Hellraiser - Wrong Reel Podcast

Discussing a bold & unique horror masterpiece. — Last month I was privileged to have made my debut appearance on Wrong Reel with the brilliant James Hancock where we discussed the Marvel Cinematic Universe. James is a man whose knowledge and passion for movies knows no bounds and I'm equally privileged to have been invited back onto the show for hardcore cinephiles to discuss the work of visionary horror author and director Clive Barker.

Cars 3 -  New Trailer Arrives

Cars 3 - New Trailer Arrives

Could this be the apex of the Cars series? — The new trailer for Disney Pixar's Cars 3 has arrived and thankfully it's following on from the first teaser trailer with the same refreshingly gritty tone. After the disappointment of 2011's Cars 2 with its swerve towards Bond pastiche Cars 3 looks to be a return to the more conventional story the original told with the emphasis firmly on racing. Hopefully, like the best Pixar films, Cars 3 will appeal to both children and adults and the tone seen here would certainly seem to suggest so. Many a trailer has mis-sold the tone of a movie with the final product differing significantly but from what we've seen of Cars 3 so far I for one remain optimistic.

Carrie Fisher (1956 - 2016)

Carrie Fisher (1956 - 2016)

The world mourns the loss of two of its most beloved stars and celebrates the life of a true Hollywood princess. — A few days ago the chief editor of Cultjer, my good friend Haydn Spurrell, asked me to write an article on the tragic death of actress Carrie Fisher who earlier that day had passed away following a heart attack on a trans-Atlantic flight at the age of 60. As a lifelong fan of her work as an actress and as an author and media personality with an incredible wit like few others I jumped at the chance to write about her. The feelings of loss and sadness that I felt that evening for a woman I'd never met were considerable to say the least. Some of the many Tweets I read about her by other fans moved me deeply. Tweets from the likes of Mark Hamill and others who were close to Fisher moved me even more. Either way the sense of loss was immense and overwhelming. I though it best to wait a day or two to let her death sink in before writing the article and then a day later I read of the tragic death of Fisher's mother, another beloved actress, the wonderful Debbie Reynolds.

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