Film Reviews

These are a collection of film 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.

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.

The Nun – IMAX and Blu-ray Review

We take a trip back to 1952 in the latest movie in the Conjuring Universe, The Nun, to find out how it all began and I took the trip back in IMAX in Broughton to enjoy the horror on a...

Blindspotting – A Festival Hit – Review

Blindspotting was a film festival hit last year and now it is heading to Digital Download 28th January and DVD & Blu-ray 4th February, we take a look at the movie before its home release. Collin (Daveed Diggs) is on...

Film review of the brilliant drama ‘Anthem of a Teenage Prophet’

Anthem tells the story of Luke (Cameron Monaghan) a teenager who foresees the death of his new best friend Stan (Alex MacNicoll), the most popular guy in school. When this premonition becomes reality, Luke must deal with the trials and tribulations of...

Film Review of the horror anthology Terror Tales

https://youtu.be/CgPvRk9BOHE When abducted by a psychopath, a husband is taken on a ride from hell where he is subjected to three horrific tales of terror while his family is held captive in an attached cargo trailer. Terror Tales is new horror anthology from writer-director...

Backtrace Review: Sly Stallone is Worth a Watch

There seems to be a lot of the big names heading to the VOD releases these days and Backtrace is no exception as Sylvester Stallone (Bullet to the Head), Ryan Guzman and Matthew Modine star in this new movie that...

Film review of the horror-comedy Mandao of the Dead

Mandao (Man-Day-Oh) of the Dead is about an unambitious guy named Jay Mandao (Scott Dunn) who lives frugally off his late father's cereal royalties. He wants nothing more than to live in solitude, but is duped into taking in...

Stan & Ollie, Coogan and Reilly Shine – Preview Review

Directed by Jon S. Baird (Filth) Stan and Ollie brings us a fresh look at the Laurel and Hardy, the world's most famous comedy duo, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan...

Aquaman Makes a Big Splash in 3D IMAX – Review

So where do we start with Aquaman in 3D IMAX, well very much like the new movie in the DC Extended Universe, let's start from the beginning! We were first introduced to Aquaman in Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice...

Horror-on-Sea Preview Review Bannister Doll House

It seemed to be a Christmas like any other in the Bannister household, when an unexpected gift is found under the tree; an old porcelain doll which was address to the youngest daughter Molly. What seems like an innocent...

Horror-on-Sea Film Review – CleaverS: It Runs in the Family

Following a murder spree in the small town of Still Rivers, Sheriff Hatcher (Jimi James) and his Deputy Jody-Ann Howells (Georgie Smibert) find themselves in pursuit of a killer clown called Cleaver (Paul Rogers) and his estranged daughter Mary-Beth...

The Christmas Chronicles – Kurt Russell, Best Santa Ever! Netflix Review

OK, before I start this little review, I have to say that I've never been a Christmas movie lover, I'm not too much of a Grinch, but for me Die Hard is the closest I get to one, but...

Horror-on-Sea Short Film Review – Afraid of the Dark

When the lead character (Jay Willoughby) finds himself locked in the bathroom, he starts to experience strange events which leads him to believe that he may not be alone.  Afraid of the Dark is the latest short horror film from...