Hugh Jackman’s seventh outing as Marvel’s cigar-chomping, claw-wielding mutant takes place in the near future. The remaining mutants are few and the landscapes are as bleak as our protagonists outlook. Logan is a tired limo driver, caring for Professor X (Sir Patrick Stewart) who’s mind grows unstable, to the point where it is considered a weapon of mass destruction. When a young mutant is thru Continue reading “Logan Marks a New Age of Superhero Film”
On the 15th December 2016 I saw the Red Hot Chili Peppers at the Manchester Arena. They were absolutely fantastic, but it was probably for the last time.
Amongst summer shlockbusters such as Gods of Egypt, Warcraft and Independence Day: Resurgence, Elvis & Nixon is a refreshing slice of Cinema. Directed by Liza Johnson and featuring Michael Shannon, who also starred in Continue reading “Elvis & Nixon: review.”
Starting with Superman: Earth One, which is now on its third volume, DC have established a modern, alternate universe in which the origins of its flagship characters are being retold. Continuity in comics is a difficult beast to Continue reading “Wonder Woman: Earth One, Volume One review.”