It'sawackicrimecomedymate. Milo here. It's Movie Of The Month over at LAMB (check out my LAMB post if you dunno what I'm talking about) -- meaning that I'm checking out a movie that someone else has picked and reviewing it. Here's hoping *that* doesn't go tits up when someone tries to get Human Centipede 4: Curry…Read more Midnight Run (1988) – Review
Roses are red, the age diff. be vast But it's Kevin Spacey And he's havin' a blast. Milo here, making a risk with an edgy limerick. Sure, it might not be the most mainstream/advertiser-friendly way to open an article, but we don't get ad money -- so who gives a shit? In fact, I'm hoping…Read more American Beauty (1999) – Review
A Bug's Life This Ain't. Milo here. In the cavern of pretentiousness and self-congratulation that is Oscar season, there are always a few gems to be found and, with Lady Bird being nommed for Best Picture among others, this one wasn't too tricky to excavate -- but it sure is a diamond. In the…Read more Lady Bird (2018) – Review
What came first, the misery or the music? Yo, this be Reuben. Ol' Milo boi recommended I'd give this film a go so vigorously he in fact lent his DVD to me. I went and gave it a watch the other day, and I can safely say it was not 2 hours wasted. In fact,…Read more High Fidelity (2000) Review
Director Joe Wright has always gravitated towards doing historical period pieces for his film projects. Whether guide towards historical events or just the thrill of doing a costume drama, Wright has brought several notable films to life. Perhaps his most famous one was his directorial debut, with 2005’s Pride & Prejudice, which starred Kiera Knightley…Read more Darkest Hour (2017) Jason’s Review
Early Man United were much better than Mourinho's Man United, that's for sure... Yo, this be Reuben. Ayyy, two posts in one day! Aardman are a company very close to my heart, as the pride of Bristol and the west country of England, as well as being a leading cinematic force for the whole of…Read more Early Man (2018) Review
Oioi, I’ve recently contributed a little Rocky Horror post to the excellent Otherworlds of Film.
On a separate note (and he hasn’t asked me to write this), this is honestly one of the most engaging and entertaining blogs out there, so if enjoy anything movie-related, I’d highly HIGHLY recommend a follow, got it?
Hey hey! Milo here from Stuff And That comin’ in for a Vault post (how exciting). Thanks again to chaboi Elliot for letting me in (it sure was cold out there), and don’t delay checkin’ out Stuff And That, if I haven’t completely disgusted you that is…
I’mma gonna be lookin’ at The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a 1975 comedy-musical film directed by Jim Sharman, written by Sharman and Richard O’ Brien, and starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick and O’Brien himself.
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