Film Reviews

These are a collection of films reviews 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.

Lost in Paris, wonderfully delightful from start to finish – Review

Arrow Films have announced that they will be releasing Lost in Paris into UK cinemas from the 24th November, so I took that chance to preview the movie before it's release and bring you my thoughts on the movie that is...

The Stolen starring Alice Eve and Graham McTavish – Review

I've always loved westerns, so I was looking forward to seeing The Stolen from Ascendant Releasing in Niall Johnson’s thrilling Western adventure, which is a heart-wrenching story set in New Zealand following a woman on a life-defining journey to...

Batman vs. Two-Face Holy 60s Flashback Batman! Blu-ray Review

The late Adam West returns as the 60s caped crusader in a new adventure from Warner Bros. Animations in an animated movie, a sequel to the 2016 hit animated film Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, that brings the comedy and campness...

Numb starring Jamie Bamber and Stefanie von Pfetten – Review

Numb will be out on Digital Download from 13th November, so we took a look at the movie that tells the tale of husband and wife, Will (Jamie Bamber: Battlestar Galactica) and Dawn (Stefanie von Pfetten: The Man in...

The Vikings – Two half-brothers lock horns in this classic – Review

The Vikings is an all-time classic movie from the last 50s and thanks to Eureka Entertainment, Richard Fleischer’s rip-roaring action adventure packed with stunning visuals, brutal action and a star-studded cast, is being released as part of the Eureka...

Eat Locals a comedy horror with bite – Review

A while back we brought the news of Jason Flemyng's directorial debut, Eat Locals, getting its premiere at this year’s FrightFest at The Prince Charles Cinema. Jason Flemyng (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, X-Men: First Class), has unleashed an action-packed...

Warriors’ Gate feat Dave Bautista – Review

Chinese cinema is a strange one. It doesn't have the classic allure of Japanese or French cinema, but rather sits on its own with a few special outliers. Most people will think of the films of Jackie Chan, and...

The Party (1968) starring Peter Sellers – Blu-ray Review

With Eureka Entertainment set to release The Party, Blake Edwards’ fish-out-of-water, comedy cult classic starring Peter Sellers, as part of the Eureka Classics range on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK on 16 October 2017, we took the chance...

Wonder Woman – DC Steps up to the plate!

With Marvel already dominating the superhero movie market, Wonder Woman steps up to the plate and knocks it out the park in DC's new movie that takes us further towards The Justice League. So a few years ago we had...

4K Restoration: Close Encounters of The Third Kind – Review

Re-released for one special night only at Cineworld on Monday 18th September, Spielberg's iconic sci-fi classic returns to the big screen to celebrate its 40th year anniversary. Like with all classic old films that get the re-release big screen...

“The End of the Tour”: Writing. It ain’t for The Faint o’ Heart, mate.

https://youtu.be/DBk1Mrb4RyM I am a writer. Not trying to come off as boastful. Grab a pen and a piece of paper. Jot something down. Voila. You're now a writer, too. The fact that I write-and sometimes even get published beyond these flick...

IT (2017) A terrifyingly good movie that must be seen

Back in the 90s, we were brought the first look of Pennywise the clown as the brilliant Tim Curry took on the role of the clown in Stephen King's IT that put the frighteners up people and probably caused more...