Ash Isaac looks back at Cool Runnings, a film about embarking on a journey and then, when it all fails, bowing out to a slow clap crescendo.
Ash Isaac looks back at Seven, a film as bleak as a burning orphanage and should probably never be watched alone or directly after having a meal.
Ash looks back at Con Air and Nicolas Cage’s role as Cameron Poe, a cross between Forrest Gump and Jason Bourne.
Ash looks back at Speed and pays tribute to the star of the film, the bus, which to this day, has still received more Oscar nominations than Keanu Reeves.
Ash revisits Closer and the world of Jude Law, Natalie Portman and their vigorous, vigorous off-screen sex and tepid, tepid, on-screen conversations about sex…
Ash looks at the left wing insurgency in Middle Earth also known as the War of the Ring.
Ash revisits The Fugitive and sets the stage for Harrison Ford vs. The One-Armed Bandit.
Ash presents the ultimate Christmas film, Die Hard, in a new light. Yippee-ki-yay mother******s.
Ash looks back at a simpler, Lycra-clad time as he revisits the wonder of the 1966 release Batman: The Movie.
Ash revisits the classic Lethal Weapon with fresh eyes and wonders how a psychotic, nihilistic Mel Gibson ever ended up on the Homicide squad…