Month: June 2014

The Top 5 Podcast : Daniela Philips

  Top 5 is back after a month or so being away. Top 5 is a simple concept where @CinemaTronix grabs people off the internet and ask them and talk about their top 5 favorite films. This episode I am joined by the lovely Daniela Phillips (@DanielaPhillips) and her choices. We go through doomed romances, childhood nostalgia, muppets and…

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5 Reasons Why ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ Rocked My Proverbial Socks Off ***SPOILER WARNING***

By Scott Allden @Celluloidical      Grossing over $90 million dollars on its opening weekend in North America. ‘X-Men: Days Of Future  Past’, the 7th entry in the Fox Studios’ X-Men franchise, based on the Marvel comic book characters/  books of the same name – Has received global acclaim. And in my humble opinion – richly…

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The Bastnerds are back Baby back

  The Bastnerds are back once again after taking some time off (What again?).. and this time we are multitasking by watching the world cup. Well when I say WE I mean Scott @Celluloidical and Ian @i_nesbot while I @CinemaTronix watch some film with Chuck Norris in. So in this episode I explain the concept of the renaming and the idea…

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Chef : Review by Daniel Burden

Review by Daniel Burden @Danburden1138 I love the big summer event movies. They’re loud, full of explosions, bombastic, switch your brain off fun. We’ve had a few already this year, and I can’t wait for the next Transformers. Dinobots? On the big screen? Things go bang? I’m there on opening night. However, it doesn’t hurt to…

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22 Jump Street : Review by Tomas Ward

Review by Tomas Ward @IngloriousTward Comedy is the hardest genre to get right. There’s definitely no question about it. It has to be self-deprecating whilst also original. Funny but not too full of itself. The sign of a good comedy is in the writing. Contemporary comedy is far different to what it used to be. It’s…

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Of Horses and Men (Hross I Oss) : Review by Tracey A-M

Review by Tracey A-M @hostile_17            Director: Benedikt Erlingsson Cast: Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson; Charlotte Bøving Running Time: 81 Minutes Review Iceland’s submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 85th Academy Awards is indeed a delightful curiosity: an anthology of interwoven stories giving us a wry and affectionate examination of the symbiotic relationships…

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