When has Mat ever steered us wrong?
Welcome to the Third Edition of my Top 10 movies of the year. It was actually quite tough to come up with a Top 10. I have been to the cinema a fair few times this year, but was very disappointed in many well hyped films (It Chapter Two, I’m looking at you), but thanks to streaming, I was able to see some films that I was unable to see at the cinema – so here we go!!
A murder mystery from HBO which ticks all the boxes.
HBO can do no wrong. They always distribute great shows and Sharp Objects is no exception. Sometimes there is nothing like a good murder mystery and this one has it all. Suspenseful, nostalgic, weird and great performances.
80's violence but with a message, what's not to love?
In honour of Peter Weller’s 71st birthday on Monday, I thought I’d review the original RoboCop.
While in Spain recently, Mags and I watched the last half of the remake (which I actually don’t mind) and decided I needed to see the original again.
So during our weekend of not lifting a single finger, I found our copy and put it on. And even after all these years, I still loved every second of this Sci-Fi classic.
Just like with a tub of Pringles, once you pop The Sinner, you just won't be able to stop.
If you want to start watching The Sinner, I suggest you do it as soon as you wake up on a day that you have no other plans. This series is gripping from the very first chapter and it is hard not to push that ‘play next episode’ button once you get going. These people know how to make the most jaw dropping cliff-hangers.
I am confident to say this is the most interesting, gripping and instructive TV show that I’ve ever watched.
Mindhunter is produced and 4 episodes are directed, by David Fincher and even if that is not enough to get me to watch it without questioning what it is about, that is not even the best part.