Review: The World’s End

The World’s End is a sad way to end Edgar Wright’s “Cornetto Trilogy”, precious few memorable moments and a lot of repetitive action filling the time. Six men are reunited by the nostalgia infused rantings of a drunken man-child named Gary King and set on an epic pub crawl in their old town from twenty…

Review: Attack the Block

As the tagline says, “Inner City Versus Outer Space”, and you know what, I enjoyed this film. Aliens are invading Earth once again, except this time they find themselves landing in one of London’s council estates! They are huge, savage creatures with neon-glowing teeth, yet they meet their match when faced with England’s very worst…