IT: The Bloody Toilet Scene And Why Beverly Marsh Is NOT A ‘Damsel In Distress’

Spoilers contained within! Muschietti certainly wanted to make this scene memorable. Each child has a fear and Beverly's seems to be puberty. Although the boys also have concerns about growing up and becoming men, Beverly's transition is far more traumatic and confusing; she is a girl after all. Not only does she get her period,... Continue Reading →

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My Humble Review Of The New IT Movie

Wow, what a movie. This film will make you want to be a kid again - even if it means being chased around by a salivating clown. Speaking of the clown, Bill Skarsgard plays a truly captivating Pennywise (it was impossible to look away). Bizarrely, the clown is actually quite charismatic and, more often than... Continue Reading →

Get Out Unravels Identity

Spoilers contained within! Get Out has proven to many that horror is a genre that should be taken seriously. If you haven’t seen it yet, you’re probably aware of the story: a young black man named Chris, played by Daniel Kaluuya, is taken to meet his white girlfriend’s ‘Obama voting’ family. As his visit progresses, disturbing... Continue Reading →

7 Most Iconic Male Outfits From 80s Cinema

During the 80s, a fashion ‘faux-pas’ was the very essence of style. Clashing colours, a terrible hair-do or looking like you just stumbled out of a thrift store were all part of the 80s fabric. Throughout the era, ‘coolness’ was about being different.

7 Links Between Baby Driver and Drive

  Spoilers contained within! Having seen Baby Driver just yesterday, I have to say that this movie is well worth watching if you like the kind of movie that takes you back in time to, let’s say, the 50s. Ansel Eigort is truly engaging as the ‘pure at heart’ yet totally reckless driver and the rest... Continue Reading →

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