30 Day Challenge Day Twenty Six: Favourite Disney Movie?

“However, in recent years through a capitalist push to become one of the largest media corporations in modern history, to answer this question is a lot more complex to tackle.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Twenty Six: Favourite Disney Movie?

30 Day Challenge Day Eighteen: Which character would you like to meet in real life?

“It’s interesting to reflect on the fictional characters that have influenced my life, those that have been a consistent presence whose actions and narrative have shaped my morality and principles to some extent. Equally those that have faded as I have aged and grown. ” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Eighteen: Which character would you like to meet in real life?

30 Day Challenge Day Nine: Favourite animation (or animation series)?

“Is Titan AE a faultless masterpiece? certainly not, and I would wager not even really timeless as you don’t tend to see it repeated to often these days. But for me, it’s a rough gem, sitting proudly on my science fiction shelf in my collection.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Nine: Favourite animation (or animation series)?

IT: Chapter Two – Review

“There was a certain sense of duality that permeates throughout the film, the adults rushing towards their destiny to confront Pennywise whilst the children have opportunity to shape and reveal the cause of this drive through the use of scenes that fit into and expand upon the events in the original movie.” Continue reading IT: Chapter Two – Review

Guilty Pleasure – Final Countdown

“I’ve always held a certain penchant for science fiction, in whatever guise or form it presents itself. The allure of the future and progression, ever forward and upward into the cosmos or the realms of our imagination. I adore the ideas this genre presents, the infinite array of possibilities to explore and discuss, to break down and moralise over, one of which of course is the notion of time travel and the various quandaries and perspectives taken in such an event. Final Countdown is at its heart a narrative fixed around the morality of time travel and the impact of your actions on historical settings and your present day circumstance. ” Continue reading Guilty Pleasure – Final Countdown

London Film and Comic Con 2019

“This show was definitely more centred around the guests and actors they had attracted from a variety of genres and shows. It fulfilled my intention of meeting a number of Star Trek stars this year in addition to attending and enjoying the various panels, an added bonus.” Continue reading London Film and Comic Con 2019

Guilty Pleasures: Speed 2 Cruise Control

“A well funded and designed sequel with a bigger budget, a larger cast, a great soundtrack and returning director but lacking in the finer technical details that stop this being a success. Does it deserve a 4% rating? all I can say is I’ve seen worse films score higher that could do with a little of the sparkle of this tropical disaster film, it’s the definition of a guilty pleasure film then, forget any pretence of a deep and meaningful experience and just enjoy the ride, the sounds, the sights and you may just come away smiling as the final theme kicks in.” Continue reading Guilty Pleasures: Speed 2 Cruise Control

Comic Con London 2019: My First Convention

“What made the experience tolerable if not enjoyable was the strange sensation of queuing with a variety of characters in my immediate vicinity from Avengers to Indiana Jones, wrestlers, game heroes, those in spandex, those in fun t shirts, all sexualities, creeds and colours, everyone representing the best aspects of themselves and yet conforming to the English tradition of orderly queues.” Continue reading Comic Con London 2019: My First Convention