There are many spoiler filled reviews and to be fair it's very difficult ground to tread to the point where even the trailer gives too much away. So I will say only this Whedon knows his way around the genre and you're in his very safe, capable hands. Expect blood, dismemberment, tits, tension, monsters, cliches, misdirection and the lols.
See this soon and enjoy it.
Tyrannosaur picks up where Paddy Considine's BAFTA winning short Dog Altogether left off. The story follows Joseph (Peter Mullan), a Glaswegian widower living on a council estate in Leeds. It's fair to say that Joseph is not a nice man. The opening scene attests to this and it doesn't stop from there. After a midday fight in a pub Joseph stumbles into Hannah's (Olivia Colman - better known for her comedy roles in Hot Fuzz and Peep Show) charity shop.…
The trick with the Adventures of... or Confessions of... series is to accept that they are 1) a product of their time and 2) utterly ridiculous. Once you've gotten past both those hurdles you're free to sit back and enjoy them.
Like with any films from the same franchise Adventures of a Plumber's Mate is peppered with bad physical gags, obvious innuendo and tits. This is the main force of it's appeal.
The sets are a wonder to behold as…