Graffiti (Short Film) A Well-crafted, Smart Film – Review

Graffiti is the latest short film from director Lluis Quilez, his previous works include 2014’s Out of the Dark and stars Oriol Pla as Edgar. The main plot of the film concerns

Book Review: Anointed to Heal

About The Book Randy Clark and Bill Johnson witness the miraculous regularly and see thousands touched by God every year. Anointed to Heal – written in a behind-the-scenes style – is in an

Take a Trip to the Delightful ‘La La Land’! – Review

The first thing that springs to mind when La La Land first starts, are those movies that we hade in the golden era of Hollywood, those musicals with vibrant colours, wonderful songs and

Live By Night starring Ben Affleck – Review

Ben Affleck returns to cinemas on the 13th January, not as Batman this time but as Joe Coughlin in the new dramatic thriller, Live By Night. What you put out into this world

Assassin’s Creed Gets the Movie Treatment in RealD 3D

There have certainly been some mixed reviews for Assassin’s Creed, but as with all movie adaptations of games, it is inevitable that there is going to be a lot of negativity for the

The Purge: Election Year – Blu-ray Review

Today sees the release of The Purge: Election Year on Blu-ray™ and DVD, the third in the franchise of movie that started back in 2013 when the original movie set in the near

Don’t wait as long as I did to see this Thing!

I can’t believe it has taken me this long to finally see John Carpenter’s 1982 cult Sci-Fi Horror classic “The Thing”. Actually, I can, as this is not the type of genre

Passengers – Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt – Review

There have been some mixed feeling when it comes to Passengers which has been seen from some of the reviews that have been going around. So the other night I popped on over

Jack and the Beanstalk, A Traditional Panto at Theatr Colwyn

It was Panto time again the other day, this time it was time to take a journey with Jack and climb the Beanstalk at Theatr Colwyn. Jack and the Beanstalk was brought

Peter Pan Flew His Way into Our Hearts at The Rhyl Pavilion

This year’s pantomime at the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre could only be described as magical as J.M. Barrie’s classic, Peter Pan flew into the Rhyl Pavilion to charm children of all ages. The

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – 3D IMAX Review

Director Gareth Edwards takes the helm for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and brings us a Star Wars not seen since 1977! I love Star Wars, I really do, it’s hard to

Aladdin at Venue Cymru is a Magical Success

Yes folks Panto season is well and truly here (Oh No it isn’t, Oh yes it is!) and last night I had the chance to see Aladdin at Venue Cymru in Llandudno and

The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D – Review

I remember back when Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas was originally released in cinemas, a film which has captured the hearts of many, young and old, a film which still has fans loving

Mechanic: Resurrection – DVD Review

So you may have seen us mention that recently that Mechanic: Resurrection is heading DVD etc soon. Well, the other day we got the chance to watch the DVD release of the movie.

What they found in “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” should have NEVER been extracted.

Not for the squeamish. Wanna make sure this is resolutely understood now. I said, not, not, not, not! for the squeamish! Oh, boy howdy, can I tell ya? This father and son

Bleed For This – Movie Review

When it comes to boxing movies, most people think of Raging Bull, Rocky or Creed, but Bleed For This is based on the true story of Vinny ‘Paz’ Pazienza (played by Miles Teller),

 

Power Rangers Unmasked! New Image Shows Rangers Suited Up

The latest image from the upcoming Power Rangers movie shows the Rangers suited up and unmasked for the very first time. From left to right: Kimberly the Pink Ranger (Naomi Scott), Billy

Empire’s Most Anticipated Films on 2016

Favourites include; Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them, Suicide Squad and Star Trek Beyond The second half of 2016 welcomes a jammed-packed big screen schedule

Absolute Beginners Starring David Bowie 30th Anniversary

‘Moviemaking on a grand scale… a style bible to aspiring mod revivalists and the like’ – The Quietus Starring the legendary David Bowie, along with his renowned title track, cult 80s musical

Hollywood patriarchs and their sons: The Sutherlands and more…

Set in the rural town of Fowler, Wyoming in 1872, Emmy Award-winning Director Jon Cassar’s brooding western Forsaken tells the tale of pacifist Reverend Clayton, and his rebellious gunfighter son, John Henry.

Absolutely Fabulous on the Big Screen Sweetie Darling – Review

Absolutely Fabulous has made its way to the big screen, much like a lot of the TV Series these days. Edina (Jennifer Saunders) and Pasty (Joanna Lumley) bring the larger than life

“Bob and the Trees”: He can’t quit them.

Bob Tarasuk is a natural force in his first feature film leading role as a middle-aged, woe begotten woodsman in “Bob and the Trees“.  Tarasuk’s raw and realistic portrayal of a man busting his butt to

Power Rangers Character Posters Announced

The cast of Power Rangers includes Bryan Cranston (Godzilla) as the mighty Zordon and Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games) as super-powered villain Rita Repulsa. The rangers themselves are made up from singer

Vs. The First Half of 2016

So, here we are at the mid-way point in 2016. It’s been a quite exciting year so far and I wanted to reflect a bit on some of the films I’ve been

KEANU Red Band Trailer and Stills

Damn! There are some crazy movies coming out and this Friday sees the release of KEANU in UK Cinemas. From what we’ve been seeing the movie, it looks like it’s going to be

Ghostbusters (2016) Answer The Call – Review

Let’s face it, folks, even before Ghostbusters was official announced there has been a lot of negativity towards the film and more so recently with all the “haters”, as they have been

Leslie Grantham Casts a Spell in Compelling Fantasy Novel

Leslie Grantham Replaces Dirty Den with a Pen – Casting Spell in Compelling Fantasy Novel. Leslie Grantham’s career has spanned 35 years, he made his mark on UK television, film and stage

Highlander Digitally Restored for its 30th Anniversary – Review

Can it really be 30 years since Highlander first came to our cinema screens? Well yes it is, Highlander has become a cult classic over the years since it was first released