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Robinson Crusoe Review – 3D Animation at its best.

Robinson Crusoe has had an animation make-over to bring to life the classic age-old story.  This time, it’s the animals of the island that tell this tale, with the aid of vibrant and eye-popping 3D – the kids are going to love this. This version of the shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe however, isn’t told from his viewpoint but those of the...

Blade Runner Sequel Releases New International Image

The as yet untitled Blade Runner sequel may be some time off yet but a brand new international image. 1982 saw the original Blade Runner hit our screens with Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard. Ford reprises his role in the sequel which falls at least 35 years after the original film.Cast for the sequel will include Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright,...

Tully Review

Post-natal depression is no laughing matter. Even in 2018 we hardly hear the cries of those mothers finding it a struggle to cope with day to day life after the birth of their bundle of joy. It’s a struggle many men dismiss as poppy-cock (as experienced from a fellow male critic at this particular screening); as they turn a blind eye to carry on with their conventional lives without the upheaval to their...

10 Cloverfield Lane Review – A Tension Fuelled and Compelling Journey into Genius Filmmaking.

Can we call 10 Cloverfield Lane a sequel? Maybe not,  but this next chapter in this hugely anticipated franchise from Producer JJ Abrams is nothing short of pure film genius and excellent cast performances which will see you perplexed into who and what we should believe. Back in 2008 Cloverfield set a certain standard for the first person sc-fi-horror genre,...

Meet Shere Khan aka Idris Elba in new clip from The Jungle Book.

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A brand new clip for the highly anticipated The Jungle Book has been released. In the clip, we get to meet the fierce looking Shere Khan voiced by Idris Elba. Directed by Jon Favreau (“Iron Man”), based on Rudyard Kipling’s timeless stories and inspired by Disney’s classic animated film, “The Jungle Book” is an all-new live-action epic adventure about Mowgli (newcomer...

Kong: Skull Island Gallery of Stills, Featurettes and Clips

A set of ominous and stunning new images have been released for Kong: Skull Island starring Tom Hiddleston. “Kong: Skull Island” reimagines the origin of the mythic Kong in a compelling, original adventure from director Jordan Vogt-Roberts.  In the film, a diverse team of explorers is brought together to venture deep into an uncharted island in the Pacific—as beautiful as...

Flavourmag’s Top 5 Independent UK movies that deserved more attention in 2014 Part 1

Each year we see a number of Independent British films go under the radar and don’t get the much needed attention they really deserve. 2014 was no different, yes there were a few truly awful independent British films which we should never have been subjected to, but due to lack of budgets and support from the UK’s powers that...

Elvis & Nixon Review – Comically absurd tale which lacks gumption but has a certain charm.

Back in 1970, the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, posed for a picture with the then president of the United States, Richard Nixon in the presidential home of The White House and this is where the story begins for Elvis & Nixon. Elvis & Nixon proceeds to tell us one version of events that led up to this...

Legend Review – Tom Hardy quite frankly nails it.

The story of the notorious East London gangsters, Ronnie and Reggie Kray, may have been covered many times both on TV and in Film, but their history is one we constantly show a major interest in. There is just something about your British Gangster lifestyle that always appeals and Legend is no different. Starting off the film with Ronnie and...

Coco Review

Disney team up yet again with Pixar for their latest cultural offering with a tremendous amount of heart and vibrancy. Director Lee Unkrich’s vision of spectacular colour embodies the Disney template spicing up the picture with humour, sprinkling with a melancholic learning experience of cultural traditions and grief and filling its very core with catchy musical tinklings - especially with a touching ditto...

Bruce Willis Taken Hostage…. In Trailer for Extraction

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Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment have today announced the official UK release of Extraction which will be available digitally on 7th March and on DVD and Blu-ray from 14th March 2016. When a terrorist group kidnaps retired CIA field operative Leonard Turner (Bruce Willis, GI Joe: Retaliation, Die Hard, Armageddon) his son Harry Turner (Kellan Lutz, The Legend of Hercules, The Twilight Saga, The...

Youth Review – The Struggle of Old Age and Youth Told Through the Lens of Pretension.

Written and Directed by Paolo Sorrentino, Youth is only his second English language film but has already created a lot of critical acclaim. It has also seen Sir Michael Caine win Best Actor for his role as retired maestro Fred Ballinger at the 28th European Film Awards but is this film worth all the praise it has been receiving? Set...