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  • Grizzly Man

    Grizzly Man


    Werner Herzog's "Grizzly Man" is a testament to the power of documentaries and how impactful they can be. The life of Timothy Treadwell is explored here, a man who spent 13 summers documenting wild, untamed bears in the Alaskan wilderness. Treadwell's clearly a little troubled, but his humility, ambition and bravery are all very admirable and he's definitely an interesting person to watch/listen to.

    Herzog's narration through the documentary is brilliant, he doesn't paint Treadwell out to be anything more…

  • Legend



    I have no doubt I would've loved this film if I'd seen it when I was younger. The practical effects would've creeped me out; the bumbling dwarves would've made me laugh and Tim Curry would be even more ingrained in my mind than he already is. There's still a lot of charm to the film now though and it's certainly entertaining - I just didn't enjoy it as much as I'd hoped.

    Tom Cruise stars as the jungle-dwelling, rag-wearing Jack…

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  • Chopping Mall

    Chopping Mall


    Cheesy, sleazy 80s horror directed by Jim Wynorski that’s at home in a decade full of weird, wonderful horrors. Being produced by Roger & Julie Corman, I sort of knew what to expect going in - over-sexualisation, a couple of gory kills and an undeniable b-movie charm.

    The film follows a group of teenagers who plan on having a party after hours in the Park Plaza Mall. Things get deadly when the mall’s 3 new security robots malfunction and begin picking…

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    Wasn’t a huge fan of this when it first released a few years ago so I decided to give it another go tonight. Took something a lot different from it this time and enjoyed it way more. 

    The mother-daughter relationship at the heart is so heartfelt and incredibly well-acted. The chemistry between Ronan and Metcalf is uncanny and you can feel their pent-up love and frustration for each other in every scene they share. Even the arguments they have illustrate…