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, More »

SPLASH Water Resistant Spray [Review and Giveaway]

Mobile phones are getting more expensive as new ones come out and keeping the one you have even from those splash mishaps can be one thing that you can prevent with a More »

Benidorm’s The Oracle joins the cast of Prestatyn movie

Remember when we brought you the news that comedian Jimmy Cricket had joined the cast of Prestatyn based movie, Womble, well it’s now been announced that the cast and crew now have More »

Mad Max: Fury Road – Legacy Trailer

All the madness has led to this, 30 years from the original Mad Max movie that shocked and amazed, it’s time for new generations to take to the roads with Mad Max: More »

Dragon Raiders Segway The Day Away [review]

Ever had one of those days where you friend says to you, how do you fancy doing a Segway adventure. Well that’s exactly what I was asked a few weeks ago, when More »

Tivoli A Haunting We Will Go in Buckely

The Tivoli Theatre, affectionately known as The Tiv, was built in the 1920s on the site of the former Central Hall. It is said that in 1946, a projectionist died after being caught in More »

10 Famous People With Aspergers Syndrome

With the North Wales movie Womble being in the limelight lately, we thought we would look at ten famous people who also have Aspergers or similar signs of Autism as the character More »

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”. More »

Mad Max – BRAND NEW OFFICIAL TRAILER

So we posted up the first trailer for Mad Max, we even brought you the posters and the TV Spots, today we are happy to bring you the BRAND NEW OFFICIAL TRAILER More »

Robin Hood at the Rhyl Pavilion [Review]

So after chatting with Chris Edgerley and Josh Bennett recently, it was time to stop on by the Rhyl Pavilion for Robin Hood and His Merry Men, this years Easter pantomime for all More »

Mad Max – War, Chaos, Retaliation [TV Spots]

A new Mad Max trailer is on the horizon, on Tuesday at 6pm the new trailer for the rebooted movie starring Tom Hardy will be unleashed upon the world, but for the More »

Awesome EBooks for Free In Our Latest Giveaway

Here at Blazing Minds we love to bring you some great giveaways and today is no exception, we have copies of some great EBooks from Telos Publishing to giveaway and they have More »

We Chat with Josh Bennett About Robin Hood

You may have seen a few weeks ago we caught up with the lovely Chris Edgerley to chat about this years Easter Panto at the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, Robin Hood, we’ve managed More »

Dreamboats and Miniskirts at the Rhyl Pavilion [Review]

So it was straight back on the local reviewing circuit tonight with a show that I have looked forward to seeing Dreamboats and Miniskirts since seeing the show Dreamboats and Petticoats at the More »

Sci-Fi Weekender 6 – Sci-Fi and Papa Johns

So yesterday I posted a fair bit about Sci-Fi Weekender 6 (SFW6) and even posted up a fair few pictures on the Flickr page, don’t worry there will be a slideshow of those More »

Sci-Fi Weekender 6, A Festival of Sci-Fi

There was a change to the Sci-Fi Weekender this year, as the weekend event held in Pwllheli was running alongside HRH Prog, an event of progressive rock music from a large list of More »

 

Category Archives: Film Reviews

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

Dumb and Dumber To .. If Only!

Lets for the sake of the start of this review, imagine that in December 1994 it was decided not to bother releasing the new film starring the latest Hollywood hot property Jim

Mood Indigo Blu-Ray Review

Mood Indigo takes us in to the rather strangle visual world of director, Michel Gondry, in only the way that a Gondry film can and the story, based on the book by

Alien (1979) Still a Big “Scream” Experience

So here it is folks the last in my reviews of some of the movies from the BFI Sci-Fi Fear & Wonder festival that was on at the Scala Cinema and Arts

The War of the Worlds, The Chilling Cold War Classic

You may have noticed my review of Metropolis yesterday as part of the BFI Fear & Wonder weekend at the Scala Cinema in Prestatyn, well after seeing that I took in the

Metropolis A German Expressionist Science-Fiction Epic

It’s one of those key moments of a Sci-Fi fans life, to see such an epic movie such as Metropolis on a cinema screen and in its glory with remastered visuals and