cinema

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – Movie Review

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is directed by James Gunn and stars the original cast from the first film and adds a couple of newcomers to Vol. 2, most notably Kurt Russell.  We pick up with the Guardians a few months after the events of the 2014 movie,...
  • Fast & Furious 8 – Movie Review

    Fast & Furious 8 is directed by F. Gary Grey who also directed the rebooted Italian Job and with his success with Straight Outta Compton I was very interested in seeing what he could do with the Fast & Furious Franchise. I am a fan of this Franchise, but...
  • Free Fire – Video Review

    Free Fire is directed by Ben Wheatley and has an amazing cast with Cillian Murphy, Armie Hammer, Sharlto Copley and Bris Larson just to name a few. Set in Boston in 1978, with a meeting in an abandoned warehouse between two gangs that turns into a shootout and a...
  • Ghost In The Shell- Video Review

      Ghost in the Shell is directed by Rupert Sanders and stars Scarlett Johansson as the Major and this is the American live-action adaptation of Masamune Shiro’s original manga and Mamoru Oshii 1995 film. I am a huge Anime fan, I adored shows like Cowboy Bebop, Dragonball Z, Trigun,...
  • Out of Heroes Episode 3 – Marvel Cinema at SDCC

    This week the guys sat down to discuss Marvel’s cinematic showing at SDCC 2016. Watch below to see the guys talk about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor Ragnarok, Spider-Man Homecoming, Captain Marvel & Doctor Strange Agree? Disagree? Join the conversation in the comments below, over on Youtube...
  • Out of Heroes Episode 3 – DC Cinema at SDCC

    As part of our bumper SDCC coverage at Out Of Heroes, we got together to discuss the DC offerings at San Diego Comic-Con. See Stuart, Scott and Alex discuss the new Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman and Justice League trailers. Agree? Disagree? Join the conversation in the comments below, over...
  • The Curse of Unassigned Seating

    I remember the good old days. The days when I was young, carefree and totally unaware of how bills would ruin my adult life and childhood dreams. How thrilling it should be then, that for a small sum I can be transported away no matter how brief, or not...
  • Cinema Code of Conduct

    This is very much a second part to last week’s blog in which I discussed the benefits of Video-on-Demand services over the cinema. In doing so I realized just how many issues I have with the cinema despite my love of film. That internal discussion soon manifested itself into...
  • The Cinema VS Video – on – Demand

    The first theater in the world exclusively devoted to showing motion pictures opened on June 19th 1905 in Pittsburgh and since then little has changed in the cinema experience. You go in, buy a ticket, sit down, watch 30 minutes worth of car adverts, film trailers and Kevin Bacon,...