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Casablanca (80th Anniversary) back at Cineworld – Blazing Minds Review

Posted By BlazingMinds 4 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Casablanca is directed by Michael Curtiz and stars Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid, Peter Lorre and Claude Rains, it’s a film with so many quotes that most people know and one which has been miss-quoted more times than you can imagine!

Blazing Minds Exclusive Horror-on-Sea interview with ‘The Pey’ Writer-director Ramone Menon

Posted By BlazingMinds 6 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - In a new interview leading up to the Horror-on-Sea Film Festival, Philip Rogers got a chance to ask writer-director Ramone Menon a few questions about what we can expect from his film The Pey.

The Winter King is coming to ITVX as casting is announced for the re-imagined Arthurian Legend

Posted By BlazingMinds 8 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Filming has begun in Wales and the West Country on the major new series The Winter King based on Bernard Cornwell’s Warlord Chronicles.

A bold and revisionist take on the well-loved Arthurian Legends, The Winter King follows Arthur Pendragon as he evolves from outcast to legendary warrior and leader.

The Winter King is set in the 5th century long before Britain was united. In a land of warring factions and tribes when the World was brutal and lives were often fleeting.

Review: The Last Heist, a movie that is inspired by true stories - Blazing Minds

Posted By BlazingMinds 8 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - With a lot of independent British-made movies you can expect a lot of grittiness and The Last Heist is no expectation with its excessive use of the F and C words the movie certainly brings home the side of the British gangster movie, that takes you on an unexpected journey as the criminals try to make any sense of what went down and the predicament that they are in during their meat up in Mick’s bar after the robbery.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever IMAX Review - Blazing Minds

Posted By BlazingMinds 8 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - If like me you have seen all the Marvel movies on the big screen, then don’t miss your chance to see this one in IMAX to enjoy that expanded aspect ratio.

As with all Marvel movies, there is also an extra scene or two in the end credits, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever features only one extra scene, so once you have seen it you won’t have to sit through the rest of the credits unless you want to.

Hellraiser (2022) reviewed on Blazing Minds

Posted By BlazingMinds 46 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - That original film is a masterpiece of imagery and horror. Nothing quite like it had been seen before, and it spawned two direct-ish sequels (Hellbound: Hellraiser II and Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth), and then a plethora of franchise spin-offs which steadily descended into the dreadful as the studio tried to make the ideas work for them.

Review: Halloween Ends, oh dear Michael Myers what have you become!

Posted By BlazingMinds 46 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Halloween Ends is set four years after her last encounter with masked killer Michael Myers in Halloween Kills, Laurie Strode (Curtis) is living with her granddaughter (Andi Matichak) and trying to finish her memoir.

Blazing Minds Review: Doctor Who Am I, a Moving Documentary and very Emotional

Posted By BlazingMinds 51 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - It all started as a children’s television show in 1963. The series that ran for one season then got axed. Then picked up by another production company. It went on for another 20 years before again disappearing from our screens. Yes, that’s right I am talking about Doctor who. One of the best, in my opinion, science fiction series ever created.

Review: Mrs Harris Goes to Paris, Charming and Delightful from Start to Finish

Posted By BlazingMinds 67 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - This latest adaptation of Paul Gallico‘s delightful book, Mrs ‘Arris Goes to Paris, tells the story of Mrs Harris (played by Lesley Manville) a 50s widowed cleaning lady who is down on her luck and struggling to make ends meet, then one day at one of the houses she cleans she sees a beautiful Christian Dior dress and decides that she wants one of her own, but back then the only place you could buy a Dior designed dress was in Paris, so Mrs Harris sets her sites on making her way to the City of Love to buy herself the dress.

Review: Strawberry Mansion, be Prepared for Some Very, Very, Weird Stuff

Posted By BlazingMinds 84 days ago on all

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Albert Birney and Kentucker Audley bring us a film that I can only think of one word to describe. Strawberry Mansion is quirky. Sometimes, as a descriptor, that has negative connotations but not this time.