How Stupid? – #04 – Haunt (2019)

Haunt opens to Harper (Katie Stevens) covering a bruise on her eye that we later find out is from her boyfriend, Sam (Samuel Hunt). She’s ignoring his messages, which are getting more violent, before Bailey (Lauryn Alisa McClain) walks in and tells her to finish him. Harper says no and they both brush off, alongContinue reading “How Stupid? – #04 – Haunt (2019)”

How Stupid? – #02 – Deadcon (2019)

Directed by Caryn Waechter and written by Scotty Landes, Deadcon is a teenage horror film focused around internet personalities attending a conference called Viewcon (like Comicon), only to stay in a haunted hotel room. The opening scene shows John (Aaron Hendry) on a phone call with the money behind his app, LinkRabB1t – a virtualContinue reading “How Stupid? – #02 – Deadcon (2019)”

How Stupid? – #01 – Dark Light (2019)

Dark Light opens with Annie (Jessica Madsen) parading around the house with a shotgun, before accidentally shooting her ex-boyfriend, Paul (Ed Brody). The scene ends with her aiming it towards her daughter, Emily (Opal Littleton), and firing. Then, because non-linear storytelling is a thing, we cut back to the beginning, showing Annie and Emily movingContinue reading “How Stupid? – #01 – Dark Light (2019)”

Review: WWE Summerslam (2019)

(Written before the show). This Summerslam isn’t one that has me tremendously excited, and that’s probably due to watching Adam Cole v Johnny Gargano and knowing that nothing on this card will top that. Add to that the lacklustre card (with Brock Lesnar v Seth Rollins again and Becky Lynch and Bayley facing off againstContinue reading “Review: WWE Summerslam (2019)”

Review: NXT TakeOver: Toronto (2019)

NXT Tag Team Championships: Street Profits © v Undisputed Era I predicted the Undisputed Era beforehand due to the Street Profits’ appearances on the main roster, but I was more than happy to be wrong, with their charisma endearing them so much to me. I noted in my preview how tag team wrestling is somethingContinue reading “Review: NXT TakeOver: Toronto (2019)”

Film Review: Secret Obsession (2019)

‘If [Secret Obsession] is any indication of [Peter Sullivan’s] career, then it’s a career I do not wish to keep an eye on’ Secret Obsession, 2019 Directed by: Peter Sullivan Written by: Kraig Wenman, Peter Sullivan Starring: Brenda Song, Mike Vogel, Dennis Haysbert After a woman, Jennifer (Brenda Song), is struck by a car whilstContinue reading “Film Review: Secret Obsession (2019)”

TV Series Review: Another Life (2019)

‘They watched so many sci-fi programmes/films and decided to copy them’   Another Life, 2019 Directed by: Mairzee Almas (two episodes), Allan Arkush (two episodes), Sheree Folkson (two episodes), Metin Huseyin (two episodes), Omar Madha (two episodes) Starring: Katee Sackhoff, Justin Chatwin, Samuel Anderson, Blu Hunt, Jake Abel, Alex Ozerov, Selma Blair   After theContinue reading “TV Series Review: Another Life (2019)”

Film Review: Kidnapping Stella (2019)

‘The film offers so little it leaves me with so little to talk about’   Kidnapping Stella, 2019 Directed by: Thomas Seven Written by: Thomas Seven Starring: Clemens Schick, Max von der Groeben, Jella Haase A German film, dubbed over on the Netflix version, Kidnapping Stella tells the story of two men, Vic (Clemens Schick)Continue reading “Film Review: Kidnapping Stella (2019)”

WWE Stomping Grounds (2019)

Tacoma, Washington, 23rd June, 2019 Honestly, this was one of those shows where I couldn’t care less going into it. The WWE Title match is a rematch. The Universal Title match is a rematch. The biggest non-title match was a rematch. The Raw Women’s Title match was a rematch. Nothing really stood out as amazing,Continue reading “WWE Stomping Grounds (2019)”

Film Review: Glass (2019)

‘While the negatives may outweigh the positives, it still gets a decent grade as it is still a pretty enjoyable film’ Glass, 2019 Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan Written by: M. Night Shyamalan Starring: James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Anya Taylor-Joy, Sarah Paulson, Samuel L. Jackson   The third part of this unexpected trilogy, Glass picksContinue reading “Film Review: Glass (2019)”