Ash Isaac looks back at the mother of all puerile slapstick in public service, Police Academy and its many incarnations.
Ash Isaac revisits Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, an old school gem full of thrills, spills and the joy of watching William Shatner act.
Ash Isaac looks at From Paris With Love, a film in which John Travolta and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers go around Paris with guns, copying Taken…
Ash Isaac looks at Alex Cross, the cinematic adaptation of James Patterson’s glut of Cross novels, featuring Matthew Fox and Tyler Perry.
Ash Isaac takes an alternative view on Twilight and the love story between Bella & Edward. Vampires invade Grange Hill…
Ash Isaac looks back at The Shawshank Redemption, a film about never giving up or compromising in the face of overwhelming despair and squalor.
Ash Isaac looks back at Fight Club a cool movie, not as cool as it thinks it is, but a welcome antidote to films about “snooty cats and heroic dogs”.
Ash Isaac looks at Red Dawn, a paranoia fuelled Cold War bloodbath of a movie.
Ash Isaac looks at Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, a mash up film drained of life and blood, like the victims of the Confederate vampires…
Ash Isaac looks back at Steven Seagal’s Under Siege, where he plays a one man slicing, dicing, basting, flambéing, boiling, ex-Navy Seal turned cook.