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Bullet Train

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Bullet Train review by Con

In Cinemas 3/8/22 (15) 4.5 Stars

Youth #Gottit:

This movie is destined to become a classic. One of those that either you saw at the cinema or you wished you watched at the cinema. Highly Recommended!!!

Jurassic World Dominion

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Jurassic World Dominion review by Con

In Cinemas 10/6/22 (12A) 4 Stars

Parent View:

With Jurassic Park/World movies, you sort of know what you’re getting and this latest instalment to the franchise ticks all the right boxes. There are a few weak plot moments, but you’re not really watching these movies for the plot. You’re at the cinema to see people being chased and eaten by Dinosaurs. Spoiler alert – it delivers there!!!

Con at the Jurassic World Dominion London Screening Party!!!

Marvel – Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

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Marvel – Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness review by Con (SPOILER FREE REVIEW)

In Cinemas 5/5/22 (12A) 5 Stars

Youth #Gottit View:

This is not the like any Marvel movie you’ve ever seen before. This is a mild Sam Raimi Horror movie with loads of twists and turns. You’re in for one hell of a ride – Highly Recommended!!!

Con at the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness London Screening!!!

DC Comics – The Batman

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DC Comics – The Batman review by Harrison

Available to Rent on Premium Video on Demand 19/4/22 (15) 4.5 Stars

Youth #Gottit View:

The Batman is like a ‘Grown Up’ version of the original Adam West show. It’s Three hours long – but the time flies and you really don’t notice the length of the movie. A must see for all DC and Batman fans – Highly Recommended!!!

Harrison at the The Batman Screening in London!!!

Harrison with the Bat and the Cat bikes from the movie!!!

The Batmobile!!!

(Photo Credit: Alan Jones)

The Batman Oreo Biscuits!!!

Urban Species DC Comics The Batman T-Shirts review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

Jada –The Batman Diecast Vehicle with Figure review by Con CLICK HERE!!!

Kidzcoolit: Spin Master – The Batman Gauntlet review by Con CLICK HERE!!!

Kidzcoolit: Character Options – DC Heroes of Goo Jit Zu Batman review by Con CLICK HERE!!!

Kidzcoolit: 80 Years of Batman – Long Live The Bat on Batman Day CLICK HERE!!!

Fantastic Beasts – The Secrets of Dumbledore

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Con at the Fantastic Beasts – The Secrets of Dumbledore London Screening!!! (Video Review CLICK HERE!!!)

In Cinemas 8/4/22 (12A) 4 Stars

Youth #Gottit View: 

If you love the first two Fantastic Beasts movies, then you’re in for all that again with a few more twists and surprises. A must see for Wizarding World fans!!!

Kidzcoolit: Harrison with Eddie Redmayne (Newton Scamander)!!!

Kidzcoolit Wizarding World Harry Potter and Fantastic Beast reviews and features from the past 12 years CLICK HERE!!!

Scream

By HOME ENT

Scream Review

Back in 1996 when Wes Craven released the first of his iconic and highly successful horror franchise, no one thought it would be as influential as it ended up being. Cited as the main film to revitalise the slasher genre. Scream made over $173 million, more than any slasher film until 2018’s Halloween. Pretty good going for a first in its series horror film! 

Now after 25 years and with the release of the fifth instalment, much has changed with Scream 5 not just being a one-off popcorn flick slasher like its first incarnation, but instead a further chapter in of one of the most successful and best loved horror film franchises of all time.

Scream itself was loosely based on the real-life murders of the Gainesville Ripper, an idea the franchise leans into heavily with pretty much all of the films. The series and story also links to the world of real life movie producing and with its ‘in movie’ parodic film franchise ‘Stab’, as lead character Sidney Prescot desperately tries to escape the attempts on her life by the mysterious ‘Ghost face’ killer.

Following a ‘Who dun it’ format, each film has the audience questioning who the killer is with even the lead Sidney being a viable suspect at one time or another throughout the films. No one is safe in these movies and Scream loves to show you the killing of old and new characters in very gruesome and creative sequences. 

The series also provides a satirical commentary on the formulaic structure and tropes of the genre as each movie tackles its respected place in the franchise, eg; the original discusses the rules of a slasher, the sequel uses the laws of a sequel, the third, the rules of a trilogy, the forth, remakes and so on and so on. This is one of the things that makes these films so good as they do ‘self-aware’ better than almost any horror franchise I have ever seen.

The latest in the series takes on the most recent fad in movie making known as the ‘Requel’. A requel is where a franchise revisits the original subject material with new characters but also continues where the last film left off including the return of key players to the story. Highly successful examples of this type of storytelling have been the latest Star Wars movies, Ghostbusters, Cobra Kai and the Star Trek films. Often these movies will drop the number in the series and return to the original title, hence Scream 5 is called ‘Scream’.  

One of the things that brings the fans back to these movies is the characters. The main cast, as vulnerable as they are to a knife in the gut, have been brilliantly developed over the past 25 years. Their likeability and flaws make them so watchable and loved by the fans worldwide and you sit on the edge of your seat hoping you don’t lose another one in each adventure. 

If it’s Dewy and Gales ‘Will they? Won’t they?’ relationship or Randy’s ironic commentary criticising characters actions like going down into the abandoned basement alone along with saying “I’ll be right back!”. These characters have allowed the franchise to flourish and always remain fresh for new audiences to enjoy.

Scream has seemingly done the impossible by pretty much following the exact same format with the same characters for five movies, while never getting monotonous or repetitive and the fifth installment continues in that stead.

I can’t wait for the day when I can show my own Teenagers ‘Scream 12’ and the potential “Ghost face” stories, long after the demise of Sidney Prescot.

Does Sidney die in Scream 5? Or is she the killer this time? You’ll have to watch the latest movie to find out – we’re saying nothing.

Anything is possible in the Scream franchise and that’s what makes it the best horror movie series of all time!!! 

Available Now to Download and keep and on DVD, Blu-Ray and 4K 11/4/22 (18) 4 Stars

Youth #Gottit View:

If you love the Scream movies you are in for a real treat. This is the greatest Horror Franchise of all time with every film worth watching. Highly Recommended!!!

Scream 1-4 available on DVD, Blu-Ray, 4K and Digital Download!!!

IMAX – Uncharted

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IMAX – Uncharted review by Con

In IMAX Cinemas 11/2/22 (12A) 4.5 Stars

Youth #Gottit View:

This movie is action packed and really good fun. Fans of the video game will love all of the references to the various adventures played on a console and movie fans will the twists and turns of Nathan Drake’s epic battles. This movie was made to see on the biggest screen you can see it on and looks incredible in IMAX!!!

Uncharted in IMAX:

  • Uncharted will be specially formatted exclusively for IMAX cinemas.
  • The select sequences with IMAX exclusive expanded aspect ratio will fill more of the screen – delivering audiences 26% more of the image than standard cinemas for a truly remarkable experience.
  • Uncharted will be digitally re-mastered into the image and sound quality of The IMAX
  • Experience® with proprietary IMAX DMR® (Digital Re-mastering) technology.
  • The crystal-clear images, coupled with IMAX’s customized cinema geometry and powerful sound system, create a completely immersive environment that will put audiences directly in the action.

PlayStation 5 – Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

Death on the Nile

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Death on the Nile review by Con!!! 

In Cinemas 11/2/22 (12A) 4 Stars

Youth #Gottit View:

We love Agatha Christie and Sir Kenneth Branagh is brilliant as the legendary Hercule Poirot. It’s cheesy, it’s camp, but it’s bloody good fun and wonderful big screen escapism. If you’ve not had a break abroad for a while – you’re in for a treat. Death on the Nile is like going on a Murder Mystery Holiday in Egypt for two hours. You can almost feel the sun on your face as you watch!!!

Chuck Steel Night of the Trampires

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Chuck Steel Night of the Trampires review by Harrison

Available on Digital download 31/1/22 (15) 4 Stars

Youth #Gottit View:

It’s very naughty, but nice with some of the best animation we’ve seen in years. There are jokes that may fall a bit flat with younger fans, but overall Chuck Steel is very funny. A Modern Day ‘Team America’ – Highly Recommended!!!

Harrison at the Chuck Steel Night of the Trampires UK Premiere CLICK HERE!!!