Category Archives: Film Reviews

These are a collection of films that, Award Winning Blogger, Karen Woodham has reviewed as the “Resident Reviewer” a given title from the Prestatyn Scala Cinema to her and adopted by them to review some of the latest films that they show. She also reviews 3D and IMAX movies at the Cineworld cinemas in Llandudno and Broughton.

You will also find other film reviews by other people that are part of the Blazing Minds network, so enjoy the reviews and don’t forget to comment and share the film reviews. This Category also includes reviews of upcoming and new releases of DVDs, Blu-rays, VOD and Digital Downloads.

Deadpool – Violence, Action and the 4th Wall! – Review

We’ve all been waiting for a damn good Deadpool movie, special after the awful treatment the character got in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but let’s not talk about that one. Yes we have gone down

Stories From A Flying Trunk (1979) – DVD Review

We’re going back to the 1970s with Hans Christian Andersen’s Stories From A Flying Trunk, which is part of ‘The British Film’ collection. ‘The British Film’ collection was launched by Network Distributing in

Sunset Rock – Movie Review + Exclusive Director Interview

Indie movies are coming along more and more these days, forget the big massive budgets of Hollywood and think small, even very small, budgets to produce a film, Sunset Rock is one

Seven Devils (2015) – Movie Review

Seven Devils (2015), directed by independent film maker, Ben Rider, is a film consisting of seven vignettes that depict the Seven Deadly Sins. The film was screened at the Nevada International Film Festival and was

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

The Revenant starring Leonardo DiCaprio [Review]

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

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

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

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

Creditors Movie Review – Intelligent Thought-Provoking

Creditors (2015), is British filmmaker, Ben Cura’s first film as director. Additionally, he is also the producer, writer and lead actor. Primarily an actor, Cura has starred in films, The Devil’s Violinist (Bernard Rose, 2013)

Amar, Akbar & Tony – Review

The film Amar, Akbar and Tony (2015) tells the tale of a friendship between a Sikh, a Muslim and an Irish Catholic and their pursuit to take charge of their lives and find

SPECTRE Review: Bond is Back with Style

James Bond, 007 (Daniel Craig), returned to our cinema screens last night in SPECTRE the latest in the Bond franchise and we popped along to the Scala Cinema Prestatyn, to check out