Another week, another dollar, Or in my case a new job. Yes, I have a new full time job again so with that and Matthew going on holiday for a while means these 4 reviews a week might become a bit scarce, though we will try our best. In saying that we are from now on pushing more articles in a row working back from Friday, so to keep up to date be sure to follow us on social media, links can be found at the bottom of this roundup. So, let's kick things off with...
On Tuesday, Mags presented her review of the kiwi cult classic film from 2006, Black Sheep. Now for me this is an awesomesauce B-grade horror, with more than just a nod to Peter Jackson's earlier flicks such as Bad Taste and Braindead.
Check out the full review HERE.
On wednesday we followed up with an interesting Israeli coming of age movie from debut director Michal Vinik, titled Barash (aka Blush). The thing that sets this one apart from other films of the same genre? It's about a lesbian love story.
Read more HERE.
Thursday was a monumental one here at Ronon's Reviews... well, mainly for me, because we celebrated the 40th anniversary of Star Wars, or to be more precise the first Star Wars ever made by creator George Lucas, Episode IV A New Hope. Still to this day, this film amazes people due to the dated special effects that still look awesomesauce. I can never speak ill about Star Wars (maybe The Force Awakens might get a little stick).
My look back can be found HERE.
We try to finish the week on a high and this week is no exception. AJT attempts to make sense of the series premier of David Lynch's season 3 of his infamous Twin Peaks.
Hear all about his thoughts HERE, and if you want to chat with AJ, hit him up at @_zwalker_ on instagram, he is up for all your theories.
Serial killers seem to be all the rage at the moment, with not one but 2 features coming soon, the first is My Friend Dahmer, all about the high school years of Jeffrey Dahmer leading up to his first kill, this sounds like the film makers are capitalizing on the success of Bates Motel.
Second movie is starring Zac Efron as Ted Bundy, but this time it's told from the perspective of his longstanding girlfriend, who denied what was happening for a long time, this one seems more interesting to me.
Horror fans rejoice, Friday The 13th The Game has finally seen the light of day. Friday The 13th is an asymmetrical multiplayer, a 7 on 1 game, with 7 playing as camp counselors and one as Jason Voorhees, that's it. You run around a massive map trying to stay away from the killer for a set time. From what I've heard from people who have been playing, it's an average game that won't have a long life... but the killings do look brutal!
Even though Resident Evil: The Final Chapter was only released in the beginning of the year, the franchise is all set for a reboot with James Wan producing and the script from Greg Russo. No director has been attached yet. I find it a bit weird that Hollywood is doing this so soon after the previous series ended. But it just goes to show tinsel town is all out of ideas.
The third Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer came out just a few days ago. Leading up to the release I wasn't too excited but this changed my mind. There is a fair bit of Tony Stark so I can only assume there will be alot of him in the film also, kind of MCU's way of using Iron Man's star power to launch this hero's movie. But check it out and tell us what you think.
Written by the newly employed Dan
'Black Sheep' Esham - Esham the Unholy returns from the grave with the first single from his new album Scribble. If you're not up on Esham he's the Detroit hiphop legend who Eminem got his Slim Shady style from.