Archive for October, 2015

30th October
2015
written by Adam

High Schoolers Ben, Carter, and Augie (Tye Sheridan, Logan Miller, and Joey Morgan) are set to head out on one last camp-out before dropping scouting all together; but, on this particular evening a bizarre virus outbreak appears to be turning all of the residents of their sleepy town to zombies. Aided by cocktail waitress Denise (Sarah Dumont) the gang will have to fend off the undead using their unique scouting skills to survive the night and find love, meanwhile the military is set to fire bomb the area in a matter of hours, are they too late?zombieapocalypse Just in time for Halloween, Director Christopher Landon has created a loving sendup to all zombie horror. Sure, super snarky and too precocious for their own good our leads are total unbelievable caricatures, but lets be honest, this is pure zombie comedy horror. Staying true to rules of zombie, ingenious deaths, brainings, and sufficient gore spatter relentlessly. Meanwhile, spitfire one liners spew forth, and, clocking in at a whopping 93 minutes welcomes are not overstayed. Doing exactly what’s expected of a fun romping dark ride, fans of the genre will no doubt welcome this new cult classic into the fold. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse is rated R.

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30th October
2015
written by Adam

Having destroyed his promising career as a top chef in France, Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) has since cleaned up his act, paid his penance, and now returned to London to seek redemption, gain three Michelin stars, and assert his culinary dominance. The task will take lessons from past ghosts and new friends to rise to the occasion, but, will his own arrogance and ego allow him to grow as necessary?burnt Star studded, Cooper is accompanied by heavyweights Sienna Miller, Daniel Brühl, Omar Sy, Emma Thompson, Uma Thurman, and Alicia Vikander in this overall simple story Directed by John Wells. And, while we’re not given much new to chew on for story arc, at its core, it’s the well thought out and three dimensional character study that breathes the real life into Burnt to keep things interesting, oh, and lets not forget the food porn that runs rampant, sexy! Props to Cooper for incorporating a few bars of Metallica’s Creeping Death at a pivotal scene as well, well played sir, well played indeed! Worthy of a matinee and maybe more for a fun date night, Burnt is rated R.

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23rd October
2015
written by Adam

Cursed with immortality the last witch hunter, Kaulder (Vin Diesel), is the main weapon used by the order of the Cross and Hex to maintain balance between the world of Magick and non-Magick. But when an ancient dark magick begins manifesting itself in New York Kaulder will need the help of witch Chloe (Rose Leslie) to maintain balance lest the Witch Queen (Julie Engelbrecht) be resurrected. witchhunter Directed by Breck Eisner this hot mess of a fantasy action flick has little working for it in the creativity department, combining mind numbingly bad dialogue and purely primitive motivations this dry plotted beast has few moments of redemption. Reliant on fancy CGI and a score that heavily borrows from the theme of The Outer Limits, there’s just not enough to sink our teeth into or wave our wand at. Furious 8 just can’t get here soon enough. The Last Witch Hunter is rated PG-13.

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