The Chamber – Review

by Ren Zelen Writer/director Ben Parker’s debut feature, The Chamber, is a claustrophobic, character-driven thriller. Although Welsh-made and Devon-filmed, the movie is set in North Korean waters. The story concerns Swedish submersible pilot Mats (Johannes Kuhnke) who is woken one night and told by the captain of his ship that he has been conscripted into taking a trio of American covert ops-agents on a secret … Continue reading The Chamber – Review

Looking Back…King Kong (2005)

King Kong comes roaring back onto cinema screens this week accompanied by an all star cast in Kong: Skull Island. To celebrate, we’re taking a look at two of the most iconic films in the franchise. We’ve already covered the 1933 original that started it all, now let’s talk about Peter Jackson’s 2005 remake, and why it’s one of the best remakes of all time. … Continue reading Looking Back…King Kong (2005)

Looking Back…King Kong (1933)

King Kong is a staple of monster movie history; that 25 foot ape has been rampant on our screens for over 80 years, often with Ann Darrow, sometimes with Godzilla, once with Jeff Bridges. Yet another adaptation is hitting our screens this week with Kong: Skull Island, starring Brie Larson and Tom Hiddlestone, so what better time to revisit a couple of Kong’s most popular … Continue reading Looking Back…King Kong (1933)

Power Rangers – Brand New Clips!

It’s always an irksome feeling when I remember that one of the seminal TV shows of my childhood existed ostensibly to sell toys. Of course that applies to practically any programme aimed at children, but it always seemed to be more prominent during the 80’s and 90’s than it is nowadays because of new laws that prevent marketing to children in such obvious ways. That … Continue reading Power Rangers – Brand New Clips!