There's a sequel in my reboot! Milo here. Oh it's all happening again, lads -- semi-frequent content! I know, I know. The amount of grit, determination and sheer power surging through my veins right now is overwhelming. Ah, what a rush! And as if that's not all! This one's kinda relevant, and not just the…Read more Toy Story 4 (2019) – Review
Mmmm mmm MMM!!! Milo here. Oh fuckin' wowzers! It's been a while, eh? Long story short, the MMMs I planned on writing while my exams were *violating* me were scuppered when my laptop packed in. Not great. However, the exams are over and I've got a new typer at my disposal, so why not get…Read more An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn (2018) – Review
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
Milo here. That's right! We've joined a community project that I'm sure will be familiar to many of you: The Large Association of Movie Blogs -- or LAMB for short. Regardless of the fact that they FOR SURE named it for the acronym, they're a really cool association that allows us to be seen by…Read more Stuff And That: A New L.A.M.B.???
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
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