Game of Thrones – Win or Die Monopoly Style! – Review

With Game of Thrones back on Sky Atlantic for its sixth season, we thought we would celebrate the return of the award-winning show with a review, but a review with a difference.

Larry – Rhyl Pavilion – Review

Those of us who are old enough to remember Larry Grayson will remember the larger than life character who replaced Bruce Forsyth as the host for The Generation Game. 3 Days and 3

Hairspray the Musical – Venue Cymru, Llandudno – Review

So last night I was whisked away to Baltimore in 1962 for Hairspray the Musical, to meet Tracy Turnblad, who is on a mission to follow her dreams and dance her way onto

Bride of Re-Animator – Blu-ray Review

I was over the moon when Arrow Video announced the release of Bride of Re-Animator and that is was coming to Blu-ray and DVD on 11th April in a stunning new 2K restoration,

Trapped – Nordic Noir – Blu-ray Review

I’m a big fan of foreign language movies and most recently I’ve also become a fan of foreign language TV shows as well, the most recent being the Nordic Noir series Trapped.

Pet Shop Boys Review – New Album – Super

It’s ridiculous how a band who’ve been going for so long can continue to astonish with new material every time it is released. Pet Shop Boys who’ve been plying their trade at

The Tommy Cooper Show – At the Rhyl Pavilion [Review]

I remember when I was a child watching Tommy Cooper on TV, laughing excessively at all his jokes and magic tricks going wrong, so to get the chance to see The Tommy

Eureka – The Spell of the Yukon – Review

Eureka Entertainment has released Nicolas Roeg’s unsung masterpiece, EUREKA, featuring Gene Hackman, Theresa Russell, Rutger Hauer, Joe Pesci and Mickey Rourke, on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK, in a Dual

NEW SINGLE REVIEW: Dene Michael – Hold Me Now [Exclusive]

Those of you that follow the Blazing Minds Twitter and read the articles here on the site, will have seen us mention Dene Michael and particularly the recent work that I’ve done with behind

Welcome To Me Starring Kristen Wiig – Movie Review

Welcome to Me is a comedy drama based on the real life story of Alice Klieg, a sufferer of Borderline Personality Disorder who wins 86 million dollars on the lottery and finances her own autobiographical

Brian Blessed, Eve Myles and Kai Owen at SFW7

It was a bit of a short Sci-Fi Weekender for me this year, instead of doing the full weekend, I was only able to make it for the Saturday, but what an

Star Trek Horizon a Great Fan Made Movie

Sometimes it takes a movie that isn’t a Hollywood made movie, made with millions to jump out at you and show you what can be done and Star Trek Horizon is one

Re-Animator Gory Horror in 4K Blu-ray Review

The 1985 classic horror, Re-Animator, comes to Blu-ray on the 14th March and thanks to Second Sight Films we got the chance to get our hands on it before its release to check

NEW SINGLE REVIEW – Pet Shop Boys – The Pop Kids

More than 30 years since West End Girls was top of the charts, The Pet Shop Boys still manage to bang out great music. Following the success of their 2013 album ‘Electric’

GiftAlien Bring You A Movie Night In, Shaken Not Stirred

So you all know how much I love the movies, but what about when I’m watching a movie at home, well thanks to GiftAlien those nights are fun as well. Remember sometime

Jimmy Cricket Live at the Rhyl Pavilion

The Rhyl Pavilion was erupting with laughter on Sunday night as Jimmy Cricket brought his “Great Value For a Tenner Comedy Show” to Rhyl. The show included special guests, Tom Spencer and

 

Category Archives: Film Friday

Venturing through the archives on Fridays, well my ever growing DVD/Blu-Ray collection, when time permits in what can only be described as a hectic lifestyle, I’ll bring you a random DVD/Blu-Ray from my collection with a review and why I enjoy the film so much. Yes some of you will totally disagree, but let’s face it, a blog is for discussion at the end of the day.

So if you enjoy movies, then check out the Film Friday posts for a rather mad cap collection of movie titles, that may just surprise you and even some you might not of heard of, you just never know.

Akira – Ground Breaking Anime

Akira has to be one of those ground breaking movies that even after all these years since it first came out still has the power to excite and delight the watcher. Discovering

RoboCop (1987) The Original Metal Bad Ass!

The 80s were a great time for movies and in particular a very violent and at some times black humoured movie from director Paul Verhoeven, yes folks, I’m talking about the original

The Ninth Gate – Classic Film Friday

One film which I often watch when I have the time is Roman Polanski’s The Ninth Gate, which stars Johnny Depp. The Ninth Gate – Unlocking The Gates of Hell Although the

Reintroduction To The Film Friday Series Of Posts

Those of you with a keen eye looking at the categories here on Blazing Minds will have noticed the Film Friday category and those that have been reading the blog since it

Spanish Fly (1976) – British Film Classic Re-Release [Review]

Now I do have to admit that I love the classic movies from the 70s and with a lot of them and Spanish Fly included they all seemed to move towards taking

On The Fiddle (1961) British Film Classic Re-Release [Review]

Tricked into joining the RAF by a wily judge, wide boy Horace Pope (Alfred Lynch) sets his sights on the main chance, teams with slow-witted, good-hearted gypsy Pedlar Pascoe (Sean Connery), and

Classic Film Friday – Screamers

It’s been a while since the last Classic Film Friday post, so as I mentioned last week, I’ve decided to bring the series back, in the Classic Film Friday series I bring

Classic Film Friday – A Fistful Of Dollars From Director Sergio Leone

It’s Friday, which can mean only one thing, it’s nearly Saturday, ok two things, it means it’s time for my choice in this weeks Classic Film Friday. As a lone stranger rolls

Classic Film Friday – Ghostbusters – Who You Gonna Call?

Who You Gonna Call? Ghostbusters is just one of those films that even since it release 27 yeas ago, it is still funny and you can’t say that about many films these

The Evil Dead – Classic Film Friday

With the news that Hollywood in their stupidity is yet again making more remakes and this time it seems that cult classic “The Evil Dead” is in line for a remake, it’s