Another cheat but, c’mon, the mullet era needs to be updated! Alongside Toca’s Miracle, this is a very significant cover in myself and Peter’s history of collaborations. These covers originated in us wanting to figure out new spins we could put on well known songs, keeping them familiar but at the same time making them our own. Since we first put our stamp on it we have performed this song on multiple occasions and, a little like Mr Brightside last week, it seems to be one of those songs that just insists on lasting. As always, watch, like, share, subscribe!
If you are a fan of The Walking Dead, 28 Days Later… or any of the Romero zombie films…do not watch Maggie. More specifically, if you like any of the listed titles for their zombie related goodness, this is not the film for you. Maggie is not a zombie film, and truthfully come the end of the film I couldn’t help but find it contrived that it had been written into the zombie sub genre at all. It is a drama, focused on the relationship between a young girl with a terminal illness, and how her father and stepmother react to these final precious days they have with her. And it’s good, but not great. Continue reading Maggie Review
Every so often you find yourself a film that just fascinates you. Maybe it’s a big budget spectacle where you simply cannot believe what you see is happening, maybe it’s a hard hitting drama where you are moved to tears by the performances. Or maybe it’s Cube. Continue reading Flicks On Flix – Cube
We all had those films, back in the day of VHS, the ones we watched so much that you could nearly hear the tape crying out for mercy as the heads dragged it through its paces for the umpteenth time. For me there were several but I would think The Edge was one of the few I managed to run more than one copy of ragged. I can’t count how many times I rented it when a trip to Xtra Vision for a new release came up fruitless and when we finally managed to catch it on TV and record it the already worn tape it was recorded on began a journey that it would do well to survive. I guess what I’m trying to say is, The Edge is an absolutely fantastic watch that you’ll want to see again.