Its this time of the year again, Christmas Eve. The time for seeing family and friends and gathering around to enjoy some good entertainment on TV. Even though its been a much different year to what we’ve had before, there’s still so much amazing films and TV to enjoy over the holidays.Read more
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If you haven’t heard already, executives at Warner Bros studios have announced that for next year they will be releasing their entire 2021 slate of movies scheduled for release on HBO Max at the same time as the cinema. This is a bold move from the studio as its something which hasn’t been done before and so here’s a list at all the films coming out next year for Warner Bros.Read more
The time is nearly upon us for the festive season to begin and after a hard long year we all definitely deserve it. Even though in some people’s eyes it may be abit too early for the Christmas build-up to start, in our opinion we believe that no time is too early this year. So its time to dash out the films that we will start watching to get into the Christmas mood nice and early.Read more
Its nearly December again which means that its time that they set out what will be coming out for this years Sky Cinema premier for next month. Every year, Sky Cinema release some new fantastic premiers to their already amazing movie collection throughout the month and epically around the top end of Christmas.Read more
As a second lockdown in the UK is in full swing now where we face tighter restrictions, we once again need to stay at home to contain the spread of the virus. However, being stuck at home for this lock can be boring and many of us are looking at streaming services to fill our time. Luckily, Amazon’s Prime Video is a top contender out there and so we are here to see if its really worth its time and money.Read more
As lockdown restrictions begin to ease slowly here in the UK, we can finally see a lot of our favourite leisure activities reopening, such as cinemas, after months of closure. So as cinemas across the country begin to open their doors back open to the public we can finally get back to watching all the new releases this year on the big screen. One of these cinema chains reopening is, of course, the cinema giant Cineworld. Eventually, you might be thinking of purchasing one of their Unlimited memberships to enjoy endless amounts of cinema each month. But is it really worth it for the avid cinema-goer or is it mainly for the die-hard fans of the silver screen?
As we know the Coronavirus pandemic has affected every part of modern-day life from work, education and of course our freedom which we all take for granted. Children and teenagers have had their education postponed with many classes taking to the online format but still don’t have that classroom to take advantage of to reach the best they can in their education. However, many much younger viewers out there are still stuck out home possibly without a return date for school or foundation here in the UK. So until we return to normal here we have gathered some of the best movies for the much younger viewers out there which we believe they will enjoy.
July 20th was this year’s date for the National Moon Day and meaning that we’ve been treated with a fantastic range of space films these past few years I think its best we celebrate National Moon Day by reminiscing over some of the greatest space films over the past years. Even if we are a day late celebrating.
We’ve entered into a new era now where movies are evolving and becoming more cinematic with fantastic CGI and special effects than ever before. Don’t get me wrong, these new cinematic masterpieces were being gifted with nowadays are sensational with their storylines, cinematography and acting improving all the time and immersing us more than ever in the worlds they create. However, we can’t forget about the timeless classics which we all used to watch over and over again back in our early childhood growing up. These films were once our favourite movies to ever appear in cinema so meaning as we’ve got more time than ever on our hands we don’t we revisit some of these great childhood classics.
Movies based on classic video games are becoming more popular all the time and have some of the best CGI in them I have ever seen. Especially with the release of Ready Player One a few years back, that one for me had some fantastic CGI which I’ve seen nowhere else before in movies or TV. But as these kinds of movies grow, are they becoming a bit too far fetched at times and making them confusing for viewers instead of telling the story more clearly. So which ones are actually worth watching to give you the best viewing experience possible.