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Fast And The Furious 9: The Fast Saga

Dom Toretto, Letty and their son are finally living the live they have always wanted. Off the grid and in the middle of nowhere with nothing around them but themselves. However, as we all know danger lurks around every corner and so Dom and Letty along with their crew are once again forced to save […]

Fast And The Furious 9: The Fast Saga – MOVIE REVIEW

The Hitman’s Apprentice – Léon: The Professional (1994)

Walking a fine line. So this is about a hitman named Léon (Jean Reno). He sticks to his code and leads a life of solitude. That’s all about to change when he takes in his 12-year-old neighbor named Mathilda (Natalie Portman). Her entire family got gunned down by a corrupt DEA agent (Gary Oldman). Mathilda […]

The Hitman’s Apprentice – Léon: The Professional (1994)

Edge of Darkness (2010) Film Locations

Mel Gibson’s 2010 crime, thriller Edge of Darkness was filmed in and around the state of Massachusetts, with Boston being the primary location and Northampton for the courthouse scene. Locations: 68 Bradfield Ave, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (Thomas Craven’s Home) Google Maps Co-ordinates: 42.289798, -71.140378 I-90, Boston, MA 02127, USA Google Maps Co-ordinates: 42.346911, -71.063885 Location […]

Edge of Darkness (2010) Film Locations

The Loud House Movie

Lincoln has 10 exceptional sisters. He’s great at helping his parents navigate the chaos of having such a large, high-achieving family, but at the end of the day, being a great helper doesn’t get him any trophies, and he’s having an existential crisis about not having his own special talent. The Premise: In pursuit of […]

The Loud House Movie

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre: Potently Prospecting Paranoia

Rating: 8.5 out of 10. Stephen King. Alice Cooper. Hillary Clinton. Richard Dreyfuss. Jean Reno. What do these people all have in common? They’re all 73 years old. And do you know who else is? That’s right: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. The 1948 Warner Bros film follows two destitute Americans, the paranoid […]

The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre: Potently Prospecting Paranoia

Agnes

Direct from Montreal’s premiere genre film festival, Fantasia, may I present: Agnes. Sphenisciphobia is the fear of nuns. That’s going to be relevant very shortly. Are you afraid of nuns? I don’t find them particularly scary myself, but there is something creepy about them, stripped of identity and personality, existing outside of society, of culture, of […]

Agnes

Children Of Men: Overcooked, Undercooked And Nothing In Between

Rating: 7.5 out of 10. It’s day two in Over-The-Shoulder’s mini apocalypse, and Children of Men is the second film to be served on a silver platter for us to devour in a dismal cannibalistic lifestyle. But it’s an apocalypse – who can blame us? Anyway: Set in 2027 Britain, where eighteen years of […]

Children Of Men: Overcooked, Undercooked And Nothing In Between

The Isle is a stale melodrama

The Isle has wonderful scenery but a boring, unimaginative plot. The Isle is a 2018 movie about some shipwrecked sailors who get stranded on a strange island, filled with curious supernatural elements. These elements have divided the inhabitants of the island and made them afraid of a Strange Haunting . It’s marketed as a mythological […]

The Isle is a stale melodrama