Art In Art Out Update: 2nd April 2021

Well, folks, April is here, it’s Good Friday, and Cherry Blossoms are already coming out for a show. And with it comes the closing of a dark chapter and the beginning of new life. It has been a while since I’ve written some news. Unfortunately, if you like my movie reviews and were looking forward to David Lynch Month, this will probably be bad news. … Continue reading Art In Art Out Update: 2nd April 2021

Desperado (1995)

We continue El Mariachi March/Robert Rodriguez Month with the continuation of the El Mariachi trilogy. Leading me to say – if you haven’t seen El Mariachi and want to see it first, I recommend going to watch it now. This review will contain spoilers.  However, if you don’t care about El Mariachi, that’s okay as well because this film can stand on its own. So now that … Continue reading Desperado (1995)

Bald and Bankrupt (YouTube)

https://www.youtube.com/c/baldandbankrupt/featured I came across this YouTube channel while I was researching countries where it possibly snows for 5 months of the year…actually now that I think about it, it was because this guy went to Chernobyl with a local who still lives on the verge of the radiation zone (and survives on Buckwheat and vodka in a house with no electricity or running water). But … Continue reading Bald and Bankrupt (YouTube)

Laid Back Camp S2 E4

It’s Thursday! You know what that means. It means if you haven’t seen the last three episodes of Laid Back Camp, plus this one. I would recommend spending the next ninety minutes watching them, and then returning, because here we have spoilers. You have been warned. But if you have seen them already, welcome! This is episode four. We start with what looks like a … Continue reading Laid Back Camp S2 E4

Art In Art Out Update: January 4th 2021

So, after taking a bit of time to ponder and plan, I’ve decided to make at least one change to everything that is happening in this site’s year to come. We’ll start with a preview of the full line up for 2021 on Monday: January: Jean Pierre Jeunet Month – Four films directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. I have already written about his 2001 film Amelie … Continue reading Art In Art Out Update: January 4th 2021

Art In Art Out Update: 2021 Preview

After a bit of turbulence when it came to writing reviews again, I started to create the “Monday At 6” Review, which is a Weekly Review at 6pm UK Time on Mondays, and consists of anything I either watched or played in time to write about it, and occasionally sticking to a theme (such as horror for Halloween and Christmas for…well, Christmas). However, I plan … Continue reading Art In Art Out Update: 2021 Preview

Captain Marvel (2019) Movie Review

Right…now to talk about a highly anticipated, yet polarising piece of modern cinema that gets the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe rolling, while also being a 1st in 2 ways.  We’ll begin with the elephant in the room – Stan Lee.  Stan Lee’s passing in November 2018 makes this the 1st Marvel film that he will never get to see (Unless eternity allowed … Continue reading Captain Marvel (2019) Movie Review

Joker (2019) Movie Review

So, before I began;  “Where have you been?”  You might ask.  The answer…Stuff came up. Changes in life.  I wanted to create more and critique less, and in the process I neglected doing these reviews for a long while.  The only movies I could have written about (other than maybe Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die…which reminds me, I should do a series on him), … Continue reading Joker (2019) Movie Review

Arrival (2016) Movie Review

Every so often a Sci-fi movie comes along that is just…different.  Many a’times it’s set in space or in a futuristic version of earth, action-orientated, packed with laser guns and advanced ships, full of politics and lots of clean, spiky, skin-tight uniforms.  But every so often a sci-fi movie is set on earth, closer to our time, and it tackles the possibility that there is … Continue reading Arrival (2016) Movie Review

The Visit (2015) Movie Review

The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable; these are 2 films that solidified a young M. Night Shyamalan’s reputation as someone who would go on to be the next big name director in the 21st century.  The future was very bright as of the year 2000…Then he made a hilarious film called Signs that was meant to be a horror thriller…Then there was an ordinary film with … Continue reading The Visit (2015) Movie Review