It is with great sadness that we must inform you that Adam West, Pop culture hero and all round great guy, has died at age 88. Best known for his 60s Batman, West struggled to get parts after the series was cancelled only to come back with one of his most memorable roles as the […]
The Guardians Are Back To Save The Universe Again...With ANOTHER Awesome Mix To Take You Away!
Minor spoilers about cameos ahead So, something magical and amazing happened last night. I laughed, I danced, I may have at some point lost control of my bodily functions but thank Odin I wore dark colours. We had the awesome opportunity of being invited to the European Premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy vol:2 at the […]
Our Very own Dave Foy was at the Belfast Film and comic Con this year and took a lot of pictures of the great Cosplayers! Here are our top picks and a link to the rest on our facebook!
Thats right Y’all Kevin Smith has just confirmed, via his Instagram,that Jay and Silent Bob, The reboot is being made and that Miramax are up for it. Apparently it is going to be about Jay and Silent bob going back to Hollywood to stop a reboot of the already hated bluntman and chronic film. On […]
If you are anything like me, you will like a good jaunt to the Cinema. The anticipation of a new block buster or awaiting a fright from the latest Scare fest, the end result is generally the same; a great day / evening out and that buzzing feeling after seeing something special. There are those […]
A few months ago Shipwrecked Comedy started airing on their YouTube channel the above mentioned Murder Mystery Dinner Party. Eleven webisodes of authors getting brutally murdered, with a strangely comedic twist. Personally, I was late to the party – some pun intended – a bit more than it’s usually fashionable, however once I got there, […]
The internet is flipping out over the amazing the first teaser trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is, and they’re right to be. Set to “Fox On The Run” by The Sweet, this 90 seconds packs in humour, action, aliens, more humour and of course our favourite team-up Rocket and Groot. Look at the […]
Mad, bad and frequently slipping into the surreal, John Michael McDonagh’s War on Everyone manages to wonderfully make use of the expectations of cop movies and then sidesteps cliche by just going completely bonkers. By putting together Michael Peña and Alexander Skarsgård, not exactly the likeliest of buddy duos, in a series of increasingly uber-violent and off the […]
This pilot season seems to be rife with reboots. From the soulless MacGyver to The Exorcist, it seems like old ideas are being recycled and adapted for a new audience. I kept wondering why that is. Is there really nothing new to be thought out in the world? Is our imagination dying? It just felt […]