Sponsored: Win big with Boohoo MAN & Spider-Man Far From Home

Fast-fashion retailer Boohoo MAN is celebrating the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, which we think is one of the best films of the year, by hosting a massive competition, and it’s ridiculously easy to get involved.

All you need to do is visit their site, pop in your details and ta-da, you’re entered. But what’s on offer to the lucky individual who manages to scoop up these amazing prizes?

A pretty awesome tech bundle and a smashing £2000 in cash is what’s up for grabs, plus 10 runners up will receive a DVD copy of Marvel’s newest smash hit film, Spider-Man: Far From Home.

The tech bundle includes some amazing prizes, as well as that £2000 in cash for you to spend on anything you like, not just the great clothes available at Boohoo MAN.

  • 49″ 4k Smart TV
  • Home theatre system, including a brand new Blu-Ray player
  • 1 Blu-Ray copy of Spider-Man: Far From Home

Go on, what are you waiting for. And if you do win, don’t forget to come back and let us know in the comments box below – don’t worry, you don’t need to share your cash with us, although all donations are very welcome!

Spider-Man Far From Home competition

Terminator: Dark Fate review “Well, that was unexpected”

Terminator: Dark Fate posterIt might sound like we’re damning Terminator: Dark Fate with faint praise by declaring it the best Terminator sequel since T2, however that seems to be the way many Hollywood franchises are going nowadays.

After all, last year’s Halloween sequel was declared the best one yet simply because it retconned the events of its mostly dreadful predecessors and blasted them out of existence. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was declared (by us anyway) the very best sequel the franchise has ever gotten, but The Lost World and Jurassic Park III were hardly critical darlings. Continue reading

Zombieland: Double Tap review “It’s a grave new world”

Zombieland: Double Tap posterTen years is a long time in Hollywood. Ten years ago, to this day Avatar was yet to be released to the unsuspecting masses, with Titanic still reigning supreme over the global box-office and debutant director Ruben Fleischer surprised the cinema-going public with Zombieland.

Made on a tiny budget of just over $20million, it went on to gross over $100million globally and received unanimous praise. A sequel was widely expected in the years that followed but never materialised. That’s probably down to a few things; one being Emma Stone’s meteoric rise to fame, Jesse Eisenberg starring in some of the biggest and most celebrated films of the decade that followed and Woody Harrelson, well, being Woody Harrelson (that’s not a dig, we love you Woody).

Fleischer meanwhile went on to direct 30 Minutes or Less, Gangster Squad and Venom among a couple of other projects. The time for a Zombieland sequel came and went with the film’s core fanbase hoping that one day they’d get what they desired. Continue reading

Sponsored: Discover Screen X cinema with Maleficent 2

As well as the ultimate cinema going experience, 4DX, you can see Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil in Screen X. The first live-action Disney film to be receiving the Screen X treatment, 40 minutes of footage will be featured across three screens that wraparound the audience for a truly immersive experience.

As well as Screen X, Maleficent 2 will be available to view in 4DX, the third Disney film of the year after Aladdin and The Lion King to receive the treatment. Audiences will have all of their senses awakened. Continue reading

Joker review “A cinema experience like no other”

Joker movie posterI’ve never left the cinema more unnerved than I did after watching Todd Phillips’ first foray in the superhero genre. Joker is a frequently violent, often grotesque and regularly intense portrayal of the iconic character that’s already receiving praise and backlash in equal measure from those in the critic community.

With development originally beginning way back in 2016, Joaquin Phoenix walking out of interviews and the press junket being cancelled altogether, it’s safe to say that the path to release has not been easy, but what’s the finished product like? Continue reading