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Cult Hub | April 20, 2014

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Review

April 18, 2014 |

A lot of people keep claiming it is far too soon for a reboot of the Spider-Man series, that the first in Marc Webb’s new take on the franchise was too closely connected to Raimi’s and that this whole thing … Read More

Cuban Fury Review: Nick Frost’s Solo Performance

February 14, 2014 |

We all know Nick Frost as Simon Pegg’s foul mouthed amiable sidekick but he’s now hot-stepping out of the shadow to prove he can hold his own on the big screen and the dance floor. Frost stars as Bruce, once … Read More

The Lego Movie: Review

February 14, 2014 |

For what is essentially an hour and a half advert for toy building blocks, The Lego Movie has no right being as funny, engaging, wacky, beautifully designed and gut punchingly emotional as it is. You are unlikely to see a … Read More

12 Years A Slave Review

January 9, 2014 |

This Friday, make your way to cinema; the first truly, undeniably brilliant film of 2014 is being released.

We are, if you aren’t aware, slap bang in the middle of awards season. It’s that time of year that producers in … Read More

Saving Mr Banks – London Film Festival 2013 Review

October 20, 2013 |


Any author writing children’s books today would welcome a big money rights deal with a major Hollywood studio to bring their creations to life. The journey of Mary Poppins from page to screen was far from smooth however. After … Read More

Poirot: The Big Four – Preview

October 18, 2013 |


One of the final adaptations starring David Suchet for ITV will be premièring on ITV on Wednesday October 23rd at 8pm. The Big Four will see Poirot team up with Inspector Japp, Hastings and Miss Lemon again for the … Read More

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King on Audible – Audiobook Review

October 18, 2013 |


Ever wondered what happened to that little boy from the Overlook Hotel? Doctor Sleep is the long awaited follow up to Stephen King’s The Shining. It tells the story of Danny, now a middle-aged Dan Torrance haunted by the … Read More

Gravity – London Film Festival 2013 Review

October 15, 2013 | 1


The long awaited film from Oscar nominee Alfonso Cuaron has hit the big screen in most of the territories around the world and has already made $122,323,175 at the box office. Yet in the UK it won’t be released … Read More

Drinking Buddies – London Film Festival Preview

October 7, 2013 |


It’s a well known relationship problem, couples get together and then after a little while they begin to look around because they think they’re destined for something better. Drinking Buddies is this basic premise boiled to down to a … Read More

Mystery Road – London Film Festival Preview

September 25, 2013 |


Who doesn’t like a who-dunnit, Mystery Road is a western-who-dunnit set in the Australian outback. The story begins when a young girl’s body is discovered in a tunnel in aptly named “massacre creek”.

Aaron Pedersen stars as Sherrif Jay … Read More