Recently, I contributed to Drew and Kim’s famous blogathon by giving my thoughts on an influential film that celebrates its centenary this year and the post can… Read more “Ultimate Decades Blogathon 2022: “Nosferatu” (1922)”
Moonfall (2022) ★ ★ Roland Emmerich’s brand new disaster movie sees Patrick Wilson, Halle Berry and John Bradley making the discovery that the moon (or is it… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “Moonfall” (2022), “Death on the Nile” (2022) and “Uncharted” (2022)”
Final Thoughts on Lost in Space S3, After Life S3, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia S15, The Book of Boba Fett, and Disenchantment S4.
Featuring mini reviews/roundups of Belfast, The 355, Hotel Transylvania: Transformania, Scream, Nightmare Alley and Licorice Pizza. Plus 2022 Television and The Best of the Rest.
Director/co-writer Guillermo Del Toro’s latest, an adaptation of William Lindsay Gresham’s book that was also made into the 1947 film directed by Edmund Goulding and which starred… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “Nightmare Alley” (2021)”
Some TV reviews today, one show from late last year and another that’s brand new to 2022, and, as I did earlier this month with both The… Read more “Final Thoughts: “The Witcher” (Series Two) and “The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window””
The fifth instalment in the popular horror franchise – the first instalment not to have been directed by series mainstay Wes Craven – sees the town of… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “Scream” (2022)”
Another two films for me to talk about today – one a new globetrotting action film, the other being the fourth film in a popular animated franchise… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “The 355” (2022) and “Hotel Transylvania: Transformania” (2022)”
Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical film revolves around young Buddy (Jude Hill), an ordinary and perfectly happy young boy living in Belfast with his mum (Caitríona Balfe) and dad… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “Belfast” (2021)”