Author: Robb Sheppard

TRAILER PARK – Star Wars: The Last Jedi
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TRAILER PARK – Star Wars: The Last Jedi

This one needs no introduction as generations of film fans sat glued to YouTube or in the audience at the Star Wars Celebration Orlando 2017. The trailer starts much like the film is rumoured to: on Luke’s island exile where we see Rey receiving the sort of training that would […]

Get Out (2017)
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Get Out (2017)

Although hardly conducive to reading this review, Get Out is a dish best served cold. Not knowing the ins and outs only heightens the intrigue and eventual WTF-Factor, so although this is spoiler free, the assumption is that the trailer has been seen. Get Out is intriguing from the outset […]

TRAILER PARK – Thor: Ragnarok
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TRAILER PARK – Thor: Ragnarok

As much I’m DC ‘till I die, I can’t help but doff my cap at how strong Marvel’s game is at the moment. From being initially underwhelmed by Thor’s (2011) galactic gubbins, I had to restrain myself from punching the air at the end of the new trailer for Thor: […]

Check Please (2015)
Film Review

Check Please (2015)

Are you the type of person who wells up at the sound of someone popping the big question? Or does the mere thought of PDA result in the sort of eye rolling that risks retinal detachment? Either way, chances are you’ve heard someone else’s marriage proposal story but Check Please […]

Paterson (2016)
DVD Review

Paterson (2016)

Hailing from Paterson, New Jersey and also sharing its name, Paterson (Adam Driver) works as a bus driver whose daily schedule and route extends beyond his job. If you think this doesn’t sound particularly exciting, then you’d be right. Speed, this is not. He walks the same way to work, […]

Instapocalypse (2016)
Film Review

Instapocalypse (2016)

Part of the Official Selection at the Cinequest Film and VR Festival, Instapocalypse comes across as what a lazy writer may describe as Black Mirror meets Shaun of the Dead. Ahem. Employing the zombie genre as a satirical vehicle is nothing new but its blend of social commentary and social […]