Author: Alex Falzon

Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

2008’s Cloverfield was a film which I found to be quite enjoyable. It’s certainly one of the best to make use of the found-footage...

Review: Hail, Caesar!

I never thought I’d call a film by Ethan and Joel Coen dull. No Country for Old Men was fantastic. The Big Lebowski was hilarious....

Review: Trumbo

Often, biopics feel to me as if they are cheap cash-ins – sometimes deliberately having their release delayed to coincide with related real-life events. Work...

Review: Deadpool

After twelve years of development hell, Deadpool has finally arrived. It’s silly, it’s fun, it’s fourth-wall-breaking and it’s not meant for children; it’s exactly what...

Review: Dirty Grandpa

After fifteen minutes of trailers and the first five minutes of Daddy’s Home, I left the theatre and informed the staff that they’d put...

Review: The Hateful Eight

My favourite two Quentin Tarantino films are Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction – his first and second movie. I believe The Hateful Eight to be...