The short and the short of it: A Father’s Day proves being undead is no barrier to family togetherness

  If there’s one thing that zombies films, long and short, cinematic and televisual, have in common, it’s that they’re not exactly warm-and-fuzzy family viewing. Sure some of the people in these shows have some touchingly intimate moments – well until they slip this mortal coil and join the multitudinous Continue Reading

Movie review: Book Club

  There are very few people out there who would regard the Fifty Shades series of novels, plagued by poor writing, lacklustre characterisation and inert narratives as the height of great literature. They are likely the last books, especially now with their thoroughly ill-deserved time in the zeitgeist largely passed, Continue Reading