The Big Short – Review

It was movie night the other night and so it was a chance to see the much talked about The Big Short over at the Scala Cinema Prestatyn, I have to admit that More »

The Revenant starring Leonardo DiCaprio [Review]

With a running time of just over two and half hours, The Revenant is by no means a short film and right from the very start you have a feeling that you are More »

Star Wars: The Force Awakens [3D Review]

So over Christmas I finally got time on my side to pop on over to Cineworld in Llandudno to get to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Right from the very moment that the More »

The Bridge Season 3 on DVD and Blu-ray

The very successful TV series, The Bridge, returned to our TV screens via BBC Four and it has been a third series that has been extremely popular with fans and newcomers to More »

Cinderella It’s Pantomime Season at the Rhyl Pavilion

It’s been some years since I last went to a Christmas Pantomime, so to relive those childhood years I popped along to the Rhyl Pavilion for this years show which is Cinderella. More »

Lady in the Van Review – Maggie Smith Shines

Maggie Smith shines as Miss Shepherd, the Lady in the Van, based on a “mostly true” story, the film tells the story of the mysterious old woman who arrives in Camden in an More »

Once Upon A Time In The West, A Dance Of Death

Probably one of the most iconic and most watched films in my teenage years, Once Upon A Time In The West, the film that spurned many kids of my generation to learn More »

 

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