John Wick Chapter 2 – Non-Stop Action All The Way with Baba Yaga! – Review

After returning to the criminal underworld to repay a debt, John Wick discovers that a large bounty has been put on his life. How do you top a movie that has Keanu

We Spent a Sunny Afternoon with the Music of The Kinks at Venue Cymru

What a way to spend Valentine’s Day, well the evening anyway. Last night it was the first night for Sunny Afternoon at Venue Cymru, a show that I’d been looking forward to

Book Review: Humility The Secret of Success

About Humility Many believe the key to success is a super-sized ego. “Wrong,” says Pat Williams. “The key to true success is a humble spirit”. In his new book Humility, Pat shares stories of

Denzel Washington delivers yet again in “Unstoppable”.

Denzel Washington time and time again elevates the calibre of any film he touches. To employ the vernacular, “The guy really classes up the joint”. His portrayal of Frank, a no-bulls**t veteran

LEGO Batman Movie in RealD 3D – Review

I have to admit that I’ve been dying to see the LEGO Batman Movie since I first heard about it being made, you may have seen me mention it in my list

Frat Party, the New Album from Thomas Nicholas Rocks

Here at Blazing Minds we were honoured to get our hands on the new album, Frat Party, from our good buddy Thomas Nicholas. Thomas Nicholas Band has recorded their favourite cover songs

Underworld: Blood Wars – A Sacrifice has to be made! – Review

Wow is it really five years to the day that I last reviewed an Underworld movie? It certainly is, the last movie was Underworld: Awakening which I thoroughly enjoyed back in 2012, now Selene (Kate

SPLIT: James McAvoy is the Scary Kevin!

James McAvoy stars in M. Night Shyamalan’s Split  After three girls are kidnapped by a man with 24 distinct personalities they must find some of the different personalities that can help them while running

xXx: Return of Xander Cage 3D – Review

Back in 2002 xXx hit the big screens, now after 15 year’s Vin Diesel has come back to the xXx franchise in Return of Xander Cage. After coming out of self-imposed exile,

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

 

TwoPence To Cross The Mersey Heads to the Rhyl Pavilion

A new stage play about the life of acclaimed author Helen Forrester heads to Rhyl this Autumn as part of a new tour. Twopence to Cross the Mersey comes to Rhyl’s Pavilion

CREEPY (A film by Kiyoshi KUROSAWA) – Release Dates

Fancy some movie release news? Of course, you do, we’ve had the news in from Eureka Entertainment about the theatrical release of CREEPY, director Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s breath-taking psychological thriller, in selected cinemas

An Entanglement – Everything Has a Price – Review

Violet Novak (Shiri Appleby: UnReal, Code Black), is horrified when a complete stranger (Sean Bell: Bulletproof Monk) approaches her, revealing that he is an assassin who has been hired by her husband

“Green Room”: Code Red in The American Pacific Northwest.

Didn’t think I really needed to see the skinhead suspenser (yep, I damn well may have just now invented this oddball genre description) “Green Room”.  And perhaps I didn’t.  But now that

War Dogs – 6 Careers You Wouldn’t Believe

There’s no doubt about it, being an international arms dealer is definitely out there in terms of career choices. Sure it sounds dangerous, but the money and jet-setting lifestyle is worth it

Melissa McCarthy’s THE BOSS is heading on to Blu-ray/DVD

I have to say that Melissa McCarthy is one of my favourite actors, lover her in SPY and the rebooted Ghostbusters, but sadly missed her in The Boss, but never fear. Here

6 of The Best Time-Travel Heroes

Whether it is a 50-year-long saga like Doctor Who or newer sci-fi hits like Primeval and Heroes, time travel has become a stable part of modern-day sci-fi. Time travelling heroes and heroines

Aloys: A Private Investigator’s Desperate Plea to End His Isolation

We’ve got some movie news for you today folks with not only the announcement of ALOYS being released on DVD but also released in selected UK cinemas and we have the dates for those.

HART and JOHNSON Crash on to DVD/Blu-ray in Central Intelligence

If you love Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart in the madcap movie Central Intelligence then we have some news for you today. Proving that heroes come in all shapes and sizes,

The Flash: The Complete Second Season Release Dates

And as quick as The Flash the very popular series continues with new villains, new heroes and new challenges… Fans of the TV show will soon be able to catch up with the

Seaside Soul Brings The Best Music to Rhyl

It’s been an amazing day as Soul music came to Rhyl in the form of a free event called Seaside Soul to the outdoor Rhyl Events Arena. The event which I’ve been

Microwave Massacre – You Are What They Eat! – Review

After seeing Microwave Massacre you’ll probably never look at your microwave oven the same again! Originally released in the 80s, the film is certainly one that is so bizarre that sometimes you often