Richard takes a look at this fish out of water tale of the wise-cracking wizard Woo-chi as he’s transported from ancient Korea to its modern day in order to fend off an old enemy. How well does it balance its high flying action meets slapstick tone.
Richard takes us back to the beginning as he reviews six early films from legendary filmmaker, Akira Kurosawa, made at the start of his career.
SUCKER PUNCH is a visual and audible KNOCKOUT!!! ….unfortunately, its plot and acting are merely…
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Got time for another Korean War movie? Might want to give this one a second look.
There are two things that the British do better than anyone else in the world, insofar as TV and films are concerned, one of them is period based entertainment…
Nicholas Courtney has passed, but it’s never too late to discover his legacy. Read our brief on this long standing Doctor Who series regular.
Fanboy Confidential goes to Los Angeles and breaks bread with the demigods of horror.
Donnie Yen returns in this sequel to his popular IP Man. Based on the true story of the Wing Chun grand master who inspired the likes of Bruce Lee and others.
Luc Besson takes a temporary non-Minimoy return to the director’s chair with this comic book adaptation.