Batman Vs Superman – Review

By John Murphy Batman vs Superman is a Beautiful disaster that had me at one point pulling my hair out and at another completely mesmerized. The true nature of any artistic endeavour is to stir an emotional reaction within the audience, positive or negative, and BvS does that wonderfully. It’s a technical shambles in places with some really odd scenes that seem completely unrelated to … Continue reading Batman Vs Superman – Review

Aquaman Review: We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Expanded Universe

By John Murphy I consider myself to be a comic book film fan, but not a zealot. I generally go and see the ever-increasing number of celluloid adaptations in their first weekend of release, because despite prior positive or negative buzz, I like to make my own mind up. Now, I know what you’re thinking- that does sound like it’s bordering on zealotry, but fear … Continue reading Aquaman Review: We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Expanded Universe

Salad Days – An Interview With Director Scott Crawford

By Chris Gallagher Independent Filmmaker Scott Crawford is the man behind one of the most interesting documentaries of 2014, SALAD DAYS: A DECADE OF PUNK IN WASHINGTON, DC (1980-90). Salad Days is a film that examines the early DIY punk scene in Washington DC, exploring the musical and cultural legacy that it forged. A host of interesting contributors allows the audience to get a full … Continue reading Salad Days – An Interview With Director Scott Crawford