Review: Zero Dark Thirty

Zero Dark Thirty is more of a requirement in film than it is in art, giving some sense of closure to millions affected, and treats the subject with respect. The film follows the true events of one CIA woman’s dogged determination to finally find and kill terrorist mastermind Osama Bin Laden. Directed by Katheryn Bigelow…

Review: Ozombie

I’m sure these days it is said: “Anyone can make a zombie film”. Ozombie is proof that this is not the case. Oh okay, as soon as you know the premise, you’ll know that you cannot take this seriously, and it shouldn’t be,  but even as a spoof it is terrible. So, after her brother…

Review: Battleship

Battleship? More like a Sub… …with ham and cheese! Am I right? Following the success of the Transformers film franchise, Hasbro runs its finger down the index of toy licenses they own and inexplicably land on the Battleship board game. The film follows a young man drafted into the Navy in a bid to get…

Review: Warhorse

Spielberg is back at it again; tugging our heartstrings and does it with great ease. Yes, I do have a sentimental streak! War Horse is a film adaptation of a stage play based from a children’s book of the same name, and follows the traumatic adventures of a young man and a horse he befriends…