• The Dark Tower – Movie Review

    The Dark Tower stars Idris Elba as Roland the gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the man in black and is a story of a young boy named Jake, play by the young actor Tom Taylor who has dreams and visions of another world in which there’s a war going...
  • Atomic Blonde – Movie Review

    Atomic Blonde is directed by one of the directors of the first John Wick and stars Charlize Theron as a super badass spy in 1989, she is sent to Berlin to get a list and on this list, is some very important people that has been put out in...
  • 47 Meters Down – Movie Review

    47 Meters Down is directed by Johannes Roberts and stars Mandy Moore and Claire Holt, the story is about two sisters on vacation in Mexico are trapped in a shark cage at the bottom of the ocean, with less than an hour of oxygen left and great white sharks...
  • Out of Lives Podcast Episode 88 – Who!?

    Adam was on Holiday last week and despite Alfred’s best efforts he was unable to Sheppard a few of the gremli– I mean contributors, into a recording booth to knock out an episode. No matter though because Adam has returned this week to put together an episode for you....
  • Dunkirk – Movie Review

    Dunkirk is directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh amongst a humungous cast of people and the story of the evacuation of four hundred thousand men from Dunkirk in the middle of World War Two. Who at every second are in danger of being...
  • Another Take: Super-Fatigue

    There’s been a lot of murmuring about people being being struck down with Superhero fatigue. “I’m feeling burnt out on superhero films.” “They’re all the same thing now.” “There’s too many every year!”   Yes, there are a lot of superhero movies. The superhero genre is big business, comics...
  • Another Take – Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Yes it would appear that I only write about things relating to Spider-Man, you’ve got me. I’m a massive web-head, always have been and probably always will be. Two reviews for the same film, I know a bit silly really. If you want a straightforward spoiler free review you...
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming – Movie Review (Non-Spoilers)

    Spider-Man: Homecoming is directed by John Watts and stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man reprising his role that he was introduced in Civil War, and this is the sixth big screen Spider-Man Adaptation we’ve seen since 2002 and we are finally getting to see the Vulture portrayed by Michael...
  • Out of Lives Podcast Episode 87 – Is That A Pug On The Bridge Of Pies!?

    This week; Adam is joined by Aadil for a podcast full of more confectionery than you can shake a stick at… not that you see many people shaking sticks at cakes. Crash Bandicoot’s return in the N.Sane Trillogy has been a roaring success thus far, we chat a bit...