Guillermo del Toro

Pacific Rim Uprising Review

Pacific Rim Uprising Review

Ok – a quick rundown of the plot. The monstrous kaiju’s at the ending of Pacific Rim have been stopped thanks to Idris Elba’s Stacker Pentecost sacrifice. His son, Jake (John Boyega), sees the hero status of his dad as being one that’s a touch too much to live up to, so doesn’t try to give living up to it a shot. However, plot nuggets think differently, and eventually Jake is in the pilot seat of ...[Read More]

92 – The Shape of Water, The Post, Darkest Hour, Wind River, Raw, Collateral Beauty

92 – The Shape of Water, The Post, Darkest Hour, Wind River, Raw, Collateral Beauty

As Oscar season is now here, we decide to take a look at a handful of films that have gained Oscar nominations, as well as a handful that really hoped they were Oscar nominated. We start with Guillermo del Toro’s beautiful tale of love with the strangest beings in The Shape of Water. Steven Spielberg gets topical with #RealNews in The Post. Gary Oldman slaps on the latex and make up and wobb...[Read More]

39 – Crimson Peak, The Walk, The Visit, Blinky Bill: The Movie

39 – Crimson Peak, The Walk, The Visit, Blinky Bill: The Movie

The fields are red with crimson mud with Guillermo del Toro’s gothic romance, Crimson Peak. Bernadette goes to the highest of highs with Robert Zemickis’ The Walk whilst Andrew looks at the Australian animation Blinky Bill: The Movie. An argument raises its head with M. Night Shyamalan’s The Visit. Read Andrew’s The Visit review here. Become a Patron! Follow us on twitter a...[Read More]