Top Ten Movies of 2018 – Milo.

Milo here. Sure, 2018 was my big year for music consumption, but that doesn't take away from the cinematic output this year. I had really nailed a lot of the Oscar nominees this year, which, unsurprisingly had a big effect on my list, as well as getting my ass down to the cinema to see…Read more Top Ten Movies of 2018 – Milo.

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Top Ten Anticipated Movies of 2019 – Milo.

Milo here. And thus we come into the girth of Listmas! I'm writing this on Christmas Eve because I know I will be catatonic over the next week, hunched over a bigboi tin of Quality Street, attached to an IV of Sherry. As such, however, I thought we'd venture a lil' look into the f-f-f-f-f-f-f-future!!…Read more Top Ten Anticipated Movies of 2019 – Milo.

Top Ten Films of 2017 – Milo

Milo here. 2017 has been an... um... interesting year for Hollywood (boy o boy, I can't wait to see what madcap perspective Jimmy Kimmel will bring to it at the Oscars, what sharp, cutting comedian.), but, in theatres, it's been a goodun'. This year, I made a pact to myself that I wouldn't spend my…Read more Top Ten Films of 2017 – Milo

Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – Review

A Röky Road To Redemption Milo here. Heyo, heyo, everyone. With a blistering weekend of gigs coming up, my funds have sadly been reserved, rather than being blown on going to the cinema loads of times (like I'd like). That being said, there was no way I was gonna be missing what critics have been…Read more Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – Review

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) – Review

Does whatever a spider can. Yo, this be Reuben. This is just gonna be brief, but oh well, a review's a review, eh? This particular review's of the new Spider-Man film, Homecoming, which after Captain America: Civil War introduced the new Spidey to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he's got his own film -- and it's…Read more Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) – Review

War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) – Review

Enough monkeying about now... Milo here. In 1968, one of sci-fi's genre-definers, Planet of the Apes, was released, starring NRA president and, coincidentally, general bastard Charlton Heston (after all, I have seen Bowling For Colombine and thus know all about and have solid, extremely respectable opinions about the open-shut case of gun violence in America).…Read more War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) – Review