Middling Earth: Last Christmas – Review

The cinema schedule ticks along like clockwork. Award season films, blockbuster films, and festival films all revolve and rotate seamlessly, with no let up. Come November, a good month before the actual holiday, you can guarantee that we’re going to be inundated with cheesy Christmas films. You know the type. Sickly sweet carols as someone learns to true meaning of life is to be selfish … Continue reading Middling Earth: Last Christmas – Review

Road to Woodsboro: The Middling Earth -Scream 3 (2000)

As a rule, you must always prepare for the worst when it comes to sequels. Even worse when it comes in threes. And even worse, worse, worse when it’s a horror. Because, as you know, trilogies in the genre don’t usually end up being the best. Unless you count Toy Story as horror which you could if you are deathly afraid of spider legged doll heads and … Continue reading Road to Woodsboro: The Middling Earth -Scream 3 (2000)

Middling Earth: Sucker Punch (2011)

Zack Snyder’s work splits audiences down the middle. There are some who really don’t like his work, believing it to be style over substance. There are others who love his work. Enough to campaign online for his cut of Justice League. You know, those obsessive types who like his word-building and style. Personally, I am somewhere in the middle. I really like some of his … Continue reading Middling Earth: Sucker Punch (2011)

Middling Earth: Mirror, Mirror (2012)

Armie Hammer. What a strange and curious actor. Pushing his somewhat creepy antics off-screen aside, his career is an eclectic array of absolute belters with barely any middle ground. For every Call Me By Your Name, there’s a Wounds, for every The Man from U.N.C.L.E, there’s a The Lone Ranger, and for every Free Fire, there’s like Cars 3. he bizarrely turns up in movies … Continue reading Middling Earth: Mirror, Mirror (2012)

The Middling Earth: Artemis Fowl (2020)

One of the biggest staples of the two-star fantasy film is that book adaptations. If you are an author and you write a mildly successfully story with a little hint of magic then watch out; Hollywood is going to dive its talons right into that body, rip it to shreds and drain it of its life until every drop of blood is spent. Of course, … Continue reading The Middling Earth: Artemis Fowl (2020)