All posts tagged humour

Exclusive Review of Hellboy

The most underrated of Guillermo Del Toro’s resume is his Hellboy duology. The films had a great blend of humour and horror, a pitch perfect choice of casting with Ron […]

Fancy a laugh? – Student Budget Friendly Comedy Clubs in London.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve reached that point in the term where the combination of looming final lectures, daunting essay deadlines and impending career prospects are engulfing me […]

In Praise of My Dad Wrote a Porno

When most people hear the word podcast, they imagine politicians and academics discussing the mundane, and recording by using a dusty microphone, in an abandoned building’s dingy basement. Or they […]

Plaque – In Defence of Addressing Your Build-up.

The other day, I went to the same dentist that I’ve always gone to since childhood in the city I’m from, Toronto. I sat in the same chair, went through […]

Exclusive Review: Malcolm D. Lee’s ‘Night School’.

A film which destigmatises learning disabilities. Malcolm D. Lee’s new comedy Night School is about Teddy (Kevin Hart) who wants to obtain his GED, and attends a night school. There is […]

Exclusive Interview with Josh Whitehouse for ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

This week I was lucky enough to meet actor, musician and model Josh Whitehouse to discuss his new film ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’ – out in UK cinemas from the […]

Game Night Review – Original and Inventive, Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams’ Thrilling Comedy is no Trivial Pursuit

It’s uncommon that a comedy ticks all the boxes that we’d like these days. Baywatch was a headache-inducing beach burn. Fist Fight was a punch in the face, rather than a […]

I, Tonya Review – Margot Robbie Skates Rings Round the Competition, in Craig Gillespie’s Convincing Tonya Harding Biopic

The infamous Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan case has been a staple of pop culture and controversy ever since it happened. The story of Nancy Kerrigan’s kneecap being bashed by a crook […]

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Review – Ahoy, Another Instalment, Treading Tame and Familiar Waters, but with new Crewmates to Keep the Franchise Afloat

With the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, I appear to have a love/hate relationship. The first film, subtitled The Curse of the Black Pearl was a huge success, commercially and […]