Review: Pride And Prejudice And Zombies

The image above encapsulates one of the (many) problems with Burr Steers' totally unnecessary¬†adaptation of the novelty book¬†Pride And Prejudice And Zombies. Firstly, the film's chief plus point is also featured. The women here are just as capable as their male counterparts and frequently more so; training, arming and defending themselves against the zombie hoards … Continue reading Review: Pride And Prejudice And Zombies

Review: Burying The Ex

"It's political correctness gone mad," they'll say. Maybe. If, when I say 'they', it turns out that there actually are people out there who've a) read this review and also b) watched this film, and then c) liked it and therefore d) disagree with me. "It's political correctness gone mad," those people will say, nearly … Continue reading Review: Burying The Ex

Review: World War Z

Expectations and assumptions. They can make or break a film. World War Z, based on the popular novel by Max Brooks, has been rolled out as a zombie movie. Now, there are several expectations and assumptions one makes when approaching a zombie movie; scares, gore and - thanks to George A. Romero - some biting … Continue reading Review: World War Z