Natalie Burn stars in horror film, The Executioners, out now on VOD.
David Ayer lost a lot of credibility with Suicide Squad, let’s see if he can make it up with follow-up Bright. Oh, written by Max Landis? That’s a no then.
Alternating exclusively between two settings; these being ”Crushingly Dull” and ”Relentlessly Unpleasant”, The Executioners manages to be pull of the unenviable trick of being consistently off-putting.
Dead List might feel like a glorified home-movie, but it is consistently fun. Sometimes it manages to hold your attention by making you laugh at it but this is often balanced out by moments that show genuine promise and talent.
In short, this is a hopeless translation of 108 minutes of impenetrable, rambling nonsense.
The gang discuss the best and worst that 2016 had to offer.
The RO boys are back! We managed to get four whole people onto our latest podcast; where we look back on the highlights and low points of 2016.
Jack’s first film for the London Film Festival didn’t get it off to a good start.
Hoping to walk away with a massive fortune, a trio of thieves break into the house of a blind man who isn’t as helpless as he seems.
Oh is that issue 18 of Spiderman? I have that one. It’s a good one.