This will mark the half way point of the Resident Evil film reviews, as with the last one there’s not really much introduction needed. So just click continue reading and see if I think this one is a worth entry in the Resident Evil franchise.
With what is supposedly the final chapter in the series of Resident Evil films being released, I thought I’d take a look at them all in preparation for watching the last one. It’s safe to say that despite there being a load of computer games with decent stories the film world has struggled to adapt any into great films. I was a fan of the Resident Evil games and I think this version of the story is one of the best computer game films we’ve seen, however to be fair there’s not really any competition.
I’d seen a couple of reviews around for this film and thought it looked like a decent idea, so once again I sat down on a Sunday to watch some zombies and people being killed. I went in with low expectations but had heard some reasonably positive things about it, here’s my thoughts
I’ve been waiting what seems like ages to watch this film, I got it for Christmas so now was the time to settle down and see how the REC series plays out. I’ve reviewed the others on this site REC Review, REC 2(2009) Review and REC 3 – Genesis (2012) Review. This is supposed to be the last REC film from what I’ve read although I think there’s still some legs in it yet. Anyway here’s my thoughts on REC 4…….
I tried to watch this awhile ago but had something interrupt my viewing and I had to turn it off after about half an hour. For a few months I never did get round to watching it again despite enjoying the bit I saw, I was bored and looking for something to watch and thought why not finish this off?
I thought I’d write a quick piece about one of the most anticipated TV episodes of all time, as the title says I’ll talk about what happens in the first episode of season 7 and obviously there will be SPOILERS. So if you’ve not seen it and don’t want it spoiled why the hell did you click the title!
We’ve waited months and months for this, so did it live up to expectations or not?…………..
After a night of drinking I sat down today and thought what could I watch as I went about a lazy Sunday. Decided on the classic Jaws because this is obviously a superb film and it got me thinking about how much I enjoy a monster movie. So I’m dedicating this month to watching and reviewing some classic and some not so great monster movies.
I read about a new Stephen King film based on one of his books called Cell, I’d never read or even heard of the book but thought the film sounded pretty good. I’m always up for watching something that might offer a new take on the zombie/virus/mutant crazies genre of films. So here’s my thoughts…….
Once again I was browsing what to watch and I’d seen this one a few times but never pressed play. After a quick read of what it was about, I thought why not give it a go. The concept sounded unique and I love a film that’s mostly set in one place.
One of the surprising benefits of this blog has been that I’ve got to review some films I wouldn’t have ever watched. In amongst them is the odd chance to review an independent film, even if I give these films a low-ish rating I still admire the hell out of the people that get these films made. I was asked if I’d like to watch and review zombie film Meltdown, it’s taken me a while but here’s my thoughts…..