Wednesday, 29 July 2015

"Evil is Everywhere" George Lucas and the Star Wars Prequels - The Cinema Minute.

In what might resemble a case of the snake eating itself (or perhaps in this case, the Sarlacc eating itself?) This episode of the cinema minute is about an essay that is featured in an older entry of this blog! 

In recent years Lucas has become something of a controversial figure, but maybe it's time to look back on the prequels in a new light. As you'll hear in the video and see on the link this essay is from a few years back but would make for great reading to keep you going till The Force Awakes!

I would love to know what you make of this essay so please feel free to get in touch.

See you in the stars,


Monday, 20 July 2015

Ant-Man Review - The Cinema Minute.

In the latest episode of The Cinema Minute we make ours a Marvel and review the latest entry in the MCU with Ant-Man. Do good things come in small packages?

As always I'd love to know what you make of the latest video so please get in touch.

See you soon true believers!


Thursday, 16 July 2015

The Cinema Minute - SDCC 2015: 2 Views at the DCU! Suicide Squad & Batman V. Superman.

The latest episode of The Cinema Minute takes a look at two of the biggest and most talked about comic book trailers from this years SDCC - Suicide Squad & Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice (I don't have time in 60 seconds to say the full title on this one!).

Also apologies for some slight sound issues in this one! The double whammy of technical difficulties after a trip to the dentists! 

Enjoy and get in touch with what you thought!


Tuesday, 14 July 2015

The Cinema Minute - So What is The Cinema Minute?

If you follow me on twitter you may have recently seen me going on about The Cinema Minute. But what is it?!

Well, the Cinema Minute is a new vlog on film I am hosting and hopefully this intro video will help to explain that.

Please like and subscribe for future episodes and you can also find us online:

Twitter - @TheCinemaMinute

The original title artwork is by the wonderful @bomtron and more of his work can be found at -

The title music can be found here -

Hope you enjoy and can't wait to hear what you all think!