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Cult Hub | September 17, 2014

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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy

August 4, 2014 |

Anyone who has met me for 5 seconds or less will likely be aware I’m a bit of a Marvel fanboy. So when I, like most of the rest of the world, sniggered at the announcement of Guardians of the … Read More

Midnight Crossroad by Charlaine Harris on Audible – Review

June 20, 2014 |

From the Author of The Sookie Stackhouse novels, the books that the hit show True Blood is based on, comes Midnight Crossroad. Charlaine Harris bought us her world of Bon Temps, Louisiana but now she concentrating on a small hamlet … Read More

The Voices Review: Sundance London 2014

April 27, 2014 |

Being honest, I didn’t really know anything about The Voices before watching it. I knew it starred Ryan Reynolds, Gemma Arteton and Anna Kendrick and that it was a bit odd. All of which had me sold.

To be fair, … Read More

Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter – Sundance London 2014 Review

April 27, 2014 |

Kumiko lives in a cramped and cluttered Tokyo apartment with her only friend, Bunzi the rabbit. During the day she works as an “office lady”, the PA to a chauvinistic, lazy boss. She doesn’t fit in with her colleagues, dodging … Read More

Blue Ruin Review: Sundance London 2014

April 26, 2014 |

Blue Ruin is the kind of film that the Cohen Brothers would be proud to put their names to. Recalling the bleak, revenge thriller in a quite town elements of Fargo, it is both a captivating and haunting thriller, without … Read More

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