Marvel Studio’s Thor: Ragnarok Blu-Ray Review

Thor Ragnarok the immensely enjoyable third solo adventure of the Marvel hero comes home on blu-ray and DVD today, and continues to build on the Marvel Cinematic Universe while also bringing in something new to the adventure… A huge sense of humour and fun. Chris Hemsworth as the titular god shows that he can manage…

Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – Taika Waititi

Marvel and Disney unveil their latest foray into the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) with a new instalment in the Thor series. It’s loud, it’s fun, but lacking a bit of an emotional punch in its final act. This time out Thor (Chris Hemsworth) has been out travelling the cosmos, leaving both Earth and Asgard behind….

Battle Beyond the Stars (1980) – Jimmy T. Murakami

  With the advent of Star Wars in the late 70s, every studio, almost every writer, wanted to get in on the sci-fi band wagon, including Roger Corman. Known for his exploitation films with incredibly low budgets, Battle Beyond the Stars, was his biggest budgeted film, and was my introduction to the story of the…

Lost Girl S04E04 – Turn to Stone

  Big things this week, as truths are outed, friendships reforged, and the big surprise… Bo (Anna Silk) is no longer unaligned!!! This week we find Bo and Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried) rediscovering their passion for one another, while Tamsin (Rachel Skarsten) goes through a growth spurt and takes on a recognizable form, not bad for…

Lost Girl S03E03 – Confaegion

James Thorpe pens this weeks episode, which may be my fave episode of the season, and probably in my top 5 of the series. Confaegion sees the return of the Morrigan (Emmanuelle Vaugier), she’s still determined to get Bo (Anna Silk)¬†out-of-the-way once and for all, and has a plan which sees her recruiting Vex (Paul…