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REVIEW: Pixie (2020)

Once Upon a Time in the West…. of Ireland It wouldn’t come as any surprise to me if this is the first time you’re hearing of this film. Barnaby Thompson’s Pixie had a short and limited cinema release back in October last year and it’s…

Episodes, JumpCast

JumpCast: Episode 94 – Disney Classics: Tarzan

Whack on that incredible Phil Collins soundtrack and swing on over to join Sarah and Barry as they discuss Tarzan. Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Podbean,  Podtail + Stitcher We would love to hear your feedback, so please let us know your thoughts on our latest episode in the…

Apple TV+, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: Ted Lasso (Season 1)

Takin’ on a challenge is a lot like ridin’ a horse. If you’re comfortable while you’re doin’ it, you’re probably doin’ it wrong. If there was one thing I didn’t expect to happen going into 2021 it’s that I would find myself caring about a…

UK Home Release.Chart

UK DVD & Blu-Ray Chart: Top 10 – 26/07/20

Military Wives couldn’t hold on to the top spot this week as Sam Mendes’ war epic 1917 fights it way back into first place. The data presented below is gathered from Official Charts and includes UK sales of DVDs, Blu-rays, other physical formats. This week sees 5…

Film Chart, Latest

UK Home Film Chart: Top 10 – 19/07/20

In what I hope will be a new feature from yours truly, I will be exploring the UK home film chart each week to see what films people are watching at home – and they may just inspire your next watch. The data presented will…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Underwater (2020)

“There’s a comfort in cynicism. There’s a lot less to lose” Ever since accidentally watching the opening scene of Jaws when I was far, far too young I have always felt uneasy about the ocean and what lies within it. Films like Deep Blue Sea,…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: The One Survivor Of Conifer

‘The One Survivor Of Conifer’ was intended to be a 15-minute short called ‘The Unsurvivable World of Conifer’ that was to be funded through a crowdfunding campaign. Unfortunately, the campaign was unsuccessful but that didn’t deter the team behind the film. Director and writer Curt Dennis adapted…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (2019)

Back in the director’s chair for his first feature film following his near-fatal heartache last year, Kevin Smith delivers a hilarious and oddly heartwarming sequel to 2001’s Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back in true View Askewniverse fashion. Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin…