North Wales Pride bringing people together at Hendre Hall

It was the 4th year for North Wales Pride at Hendre Hall in Bangor and like earlier years the Pride event brought people from near and far to celebrate Pride in North More »

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension – Blu-ray [Review]

There’s nothing better than getting a cult 80s movie on a brand new glistening blu-ray, well there are a few things that could be better, but we have kids reading this folks, More »

Madness Make Their Mark on Rhyl – Review

It’s been an event that many had been talking about for a long time, the event that would see Rhyl, North Wales, become the hosts for the band Madness at the Rhyl Events More »

Scariest Places – Pendle Hill – Review

Lots of people know about the TV show Most Haunted, here at Blazing Minds we even had an exclusive night watching the first episode of the new series where it was filmed More »

The Voices – Blu-ray Review and Release Date

We’ve got some great movie news for you today folks as Arrow Films have announced release date of the DVD, Blu-Ray and Steelbook (the latter exclusive to Zavvi.com) release of horror-comedy The Voices starring Ryan More »

Jurassic World in to the Mouths of Dinosaurs in IMAX 3D

Last night I finally got around to seeing Jurassic World and there was only one option to go for when seeing such a massive movie and that was to go to see More »

And Then There Were None – Rhyl Pavilion [Review]

So tonight was opening night of Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” at the Rhyl Pavilion and I was not only lucky enough to see the show on its first night More »

Holly Johnson Live at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Frankie Goes Home There cannot be a better place on this planet than Liverpool to experience Holly Johnson. Appearing at the Philharmonic Hall, just a stones through from where he grew up, More »

The Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey Live at The Tivoli – Review

We had a trip back to the 80s last night all courtesy of The Tivoli in Buckley and Thompson Twins front man, Tom Bailey. The evening kicked off with support from Buckley More »

Simply Red – Big Love – Album Review

When I found out Simply Red were celebrating 30 years of making music by going on tour later this year I was one of the first in queue to get tickets. It’s More »

Spy – She’s Finally Getting Some Action – Preview Review

Last night we had the chance of seeing the new movie Spy before its UK release on the 5th June, starring Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham and  Jude Law, Spy is a comedy More »

Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular, A Trip to Birmingham

So yesterday was my day off from any work, which makes a change, so as a treat my friend and I travelled over to Birmingham for the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular that was More »

TomorrowLand – Movie Review

After seeing the trailers, the posters and the lots of other stuff coming through for TomorrowLand, starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson and Hugh Laurie, I was looking forward to seeing the new More »

Blood Brothers, Rhyl Pavilion – Review

Monday night was the opening night of Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers, a production which so many friends have always told me I needed to see, so as it was on at the Rhyl More »

 

Category Archives: Film Reviews

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension – Blu-ray [Review]

There’s nothing better than getting a cult 80s movie on a brand new glistening blu-ray, well there are a few things that could be better, but we have kids reading this folks,

The Voices – Blu-ray Review and Release Date

We’ve got some great movie news for you today folks as Arrow Films have announced release date of the DVD, Blu-Ray and Steelbook (the latter exclusive to Zavvi.com) release of horror-comedy The Voices starring Ryan

Jurassic World in to the Mouths of Dinosaurs in IMAX 3D

Last night I finally got around to seeing Jurassic World and there was only one option to go for when seeing such a massive movie and that was to go to see

Spy – She’s Finally Getting Some Action – Preview Review

Last night we had the chance of seeing the new movie Spy before its UK release on the 5th June, starring Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham and  Jude Law, Spy is a comedy

TomorrowLand – Movie Review

After seeing the trailers, the posters and the lots of other stuff coming through for TomorrowLand, starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson and Hugh Laurie, I was looking forward to seeing the new

The Theory of Everything – Blu-ray

Based upon the memoir Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen by Jane Hawking, The Theory of Everything, tells the wonderful story of one of the world’s greatest living minds, Professor Stephen

Avengers: Age Of Ultron [Review]

Avengers: Age of Ultron has been a highly anticipated movie in my books as part of phase 2 of the Marvel Movies franchise, closely followed by Ant Man in July this year,

Fast and Furious 7 – Review

The high-octane and testosterone fuelled movie franchise continues with Fast and Furious 7 as the team return to the big screen for what has become the late Paul Walker’s “One Last Ride”.

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [Review]

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Directed by John Madden Written by Ol Parker Based on the novel by Deborah Moggach Starring:  Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Richard

Serena DVD – Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence Reunite

Starring: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Sam Reid Director: Susanne Bier Synopsis: North Carolina mountains at the end of the 1920s – George and Serena Pemberton, love-struck newly-weds, begin to build a timber

Jupiter Ascending 3D Film Review

Yes folks, I know I have taken my time with the review of Jupiter Ascending, but late last night, after a long day at work, I managed to drag myself off to

The Comedy of Terrors – Blu-Ray Review

The Comedy of Terrors is one of those classic movies that used to be in my VHS collection, a movie that I have always enjoyed watching and laughing at over the years.

Kingsman: The Secret Service [Review]

So tonight I ventured in to the world of spies at the Vue Cinema in Rhyl as I took to my seat for two hours to watch Kingsman: The Secret Service the

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