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.
In memory of the recently departed Richard Griffiths Ash Isaac looks to the iconic Withnail & I and its borderline impossible drinking game…
Ash Isaac looks at Chris Rock’s (unnecessary?!) Hollywood remake of the lightweight, sporadically entertaining British original.
Ash Isaac brings you a take on The Shining like no other. His interactive film review brings him to the slightly eerie Overlook Hotel…
Ash Isaac reviews The Last Airbender, the most spectacular directorial career implosion cum bending masterclass.
Ash Isaac looks at Cop Out, Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan’s ill-fitting attempt at the buddy-cop film.
Ash Isaac looks back at the cinematic standard for homoeroticism, Top Gun, and the sexual tension that has besieged Tom Cruise ever since…
Ash Isaac looks back at Demolition Man, a Ronseal film. Does exactly what it says on the tin.
Ash Isaac revisits camp kitsch classic Flash Gordon complete with oiled-up Hawkmen, pet midgets, pleasure moons and an overload of Freudian imagery.
Ash Isaac looks back at Highlander, a film about bad accents, bizarre plots and a hidden race of immortals locked in seemingly never-ending combat.