Monthly Archives: August 2016

Film Review – Sausage Party

There is no God, and we should all have as much sex as possible with as many people as possible. That is the clear message of Sausage Party, an animated comedy aimed squarely at adults that will undoubtedly prove spectacularly … Continue reading

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I’m still writing!

This is just a brief update to: Apologise for the lack of book related posts of late (I know there have been plenty of film reviews). Assure you that news of my upcoming supernatural thriller The Thistlewood Curse will be … Continue reading

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Film Review – Pete’s Dragon

Remakes are only worth attempting when the original can be improved on, and in the case of the 1977 Pete’s Dragon there was plenty to improve. Some remember it fondly, but I have always considered it one of Disney’s less … Continue reading

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Film Review – Suicide Squad

The Dirty Dozen with supervillains essentially sums up Suicide Squad, DC Comic’s spin-off from its Batman and Superman universes (as well as various less well known others). Frankly after the numbing bore that was Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, … Continue reading

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Film Review – Finding Dory

Finding Dory may not be first-rate Pixar, but even when Pixar aims lower with what could be dismissed as a lazy sequel, the result is still almost always an entertaining watch. Just don’t go expecting another masterpiece like Inside Out. … Continue reading

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