Lee Boardman

Web developer by day, with a movie and TV watchlist that continues to grow as much as my spare time reduces! My favourite movie is Inception and, despite what everyone says, I do not have a man-crush on Tom Cruise.

Air Review


Directed by Ben Affleck, Air is one of those true stories where you already know how its all going to work out in the end, unless of course you’re one of the few people in the world who has never heard of Air Jordans, but it still manages to deliver an enjoyable ride in telling […]

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Tetris Review

REVIEW: Tetris

When the Tetris movie was first announced I had visions of Pixels, the 2015 movie starring Adam Sandler, and I couldn’t help but imagine it being some kind of cheesy sci-fi action movie with Tetris blocks falling from the sky. Thankfully, we have Taron Egerton instead, in an entertaining, if not somewhat convoluted at times,

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Scream VI Review


It’s only been just over a year since “requel” movie Scream brilliantly reinvigorated the series after a decade in hibernation. Now we’re back to having numbers (or roman numerals) after the title and we’re leaving Woodsboro behind as we follow the four survivors of the last movie; Sam (Melissa Barrera), Tara (Jenna Ortega), Mindy (Jasmin

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M3GAN Review


If you’ve spent any time on social media in recent months, you’ll surely be aware of the creepy dance scene that went viral following the release of the first trailer for M3GAN and the subsequent marketing of the movie has been spot-on too. However, a consequence of that success was that the final movie turned

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Coming to Netflix on January 20th, JUNG_E is a futuristic Korean sci-fi action drama, directed by Train to Busan and Hellbound director Sang-ho Yeon. After a messy start, it does take a little while to settle in, eventually finding its feet and slowly building to a very impressive, action-packed and emotional finish. In the near

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Wednesday Review

REVIEW: Wednesday

Wednesday is an eight-part series which focuses on The Addams Family daughter as she moves away to attend a boarding school for the gifted. Created and written by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar, the series is also directed and executive produced by Tim Burton, so you’ll have a pretty good idea upfront of what to expect from the style and tone of the show.

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Hounded Review

REVIEW: Hounded

Hounded sets its sights on Britain’s class divide with this tale of a group of young thieves who get more than they bargained for when they break into a supposedly empty manor house one night. Think Don’t Breathe, but set in the English countryside and with a bunch of homeowners who aren’t anywhere near as

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Smile Review


If there was an award for the creepiest trailer of the year, Smile would almost certainly have taken the prize. Consequently, my expectations and excitement for seeing this were high and while the end result didn’t quite turn out how I was expecting, it still managed to deliver a very satisfying blend of The Ring

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