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My Hero Academia Season 2 Part 1 Blu-ray Review

Fear not citizens, because MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON TWO, PART ONE is here! Enrol in a breathtaking new season of the action-packed anime hit when the new semester begins on April 2, with the series available on DVD and Blu-ray™ courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Featuring the first...

Book Review: Saving Truth, out June 2018

About the Book Increasingly Western culture embraces confusion as a virtue and decries certainty as a sin. Those who are confused about sexuality and identity are viewed as heroes. Those who are confused about morality are progressive pioneers. Those who are confused about spirituality are praised as tolerant. Conversely, those...

Two Balloons – Charming from Start to Finish – Review + Interview

Mark C. Smith heart-warming animation Two Balloons is a stunning short stop-motion film that is a delight to watch, the nine-minute short is in competition at ten Oscar-qualifying film festivals and it certainly deserves the recognition. Two adventurous lemurs navigate their dirigibles halfway around the world to a place where happenstance and...

Movie Review: Downsizing starring Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz

I'd seen the trailer for Downsizing many times and wasn't really sure what I would be getting when I checked out the film at Cineworld's January Unlimited Screening. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCrBICYM0yM Downsizing starts when scientists discover how to shrink humans to five inches tall as part of a solution to the world's overpopulation, Paul...

Movie Review: Alien Domicile – Preview

Alien Domicile is a low budget movie ($85,000) that can only be described as a cheaper made version of the Alien franchise. Five government contractors wake up to find themselves confined underground at the infamous Area 51. They are forced to confront a sinister government experiment and a horrifying...

Theatre Review: Blood Brothers Returned to the Rhyl Pavilion

It's been three years since I last saw Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers at the Rhyl Pavilion and when I heard the show was coming back, I couldn't resist the chance to the show again. There are lots of people who have seen the show many times and you can see...

Thesis Lives new album Tree of Life – Music Review

It's always great when a CD from a new band drops through the letterbox and it's even better when you get one that is by a band that is a pure joy to listen to and Thesis Lives is one of those bands with their new album Tree of...

Dark Forest – An Independent Horror – Movie Review

Remember back in the 80s when we had those brilliantly mass-produced horror movies that we all used to love watching at our friend's house, well Dark Forest is very much like one of those movies and no matter how many times you watch it, the feeling of an 80s slasher...

Movie Review: Killing Gunther starring Arnold Schwarzenegger

A dysfunctional team of young assassins set out to make a name for themselves by killing the most notorious hitman of all time, Gunther (Arnold Schwarzenegger) in Killing Gunther. Hiring a documentary crew at gunpoint to record their every step, including the undeniable proof of the execution itself, they attempt...

Love, Simon – A heartwarming and delightful Comedy Drama – Movie Review

I've been looking forward to seeing Love, Simon since I first saw the teaser trailer some time back and I was hoping that the Cineworld Secret Unlimited Screening 7 would be showing it and thankfully, it was. Love, Simon tells the rather delightful story of Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) who...

Akira – A Ground Breaking Anime Movie Loved By Fans Around the World

Akira has to be one of those groundbreaking movies that even after all these years since it first came out still has the power to excite and delight the watcher. Discovering Akira I first saw Akira many years ago in the cinema, with subtitles and with its original Japanese soundtrack, for...

Honeycrisp – Exclusive Movie Preview/Review

Back in 2016 I brought you a review of Sunset Rock and an interview with director Marc Wilkinson, in that review/interview I mentioned that they had just finished principle photography up in Michigan on their second feature film, Honeycrisp, I'm honoured that SUBURBAN SKIES PICTURES have allowed me to bring you...