The Retrospective: Rogue One A Star Wars Story Review

Rogue One is an exceptionally well told story and Gareth Edwards has done a brilliant job bringing another chapter of Star Wars to life. For me a story is when characters go from A to C with the characters themselves developing in part B. The journey is a fun one, filled with dangers, wry humour,…

Every Comic Book Movie of 2016 Ranked By Ricky Collins

6. Batman vs Superman First up perhaps the least contentious of all the titles in that pretty much every average cinema goer and every critic has the same response: utter rubbish . I watched this film perhaps on not the best of days, I had an scolding headache, and spent the whole what seemed like 6…

CPT Big Year End Movie Review

2016 filled our screens with  giant blockbusters, comic book films, remakes, sequels, originality, amazing achievements and utter terribleness. As 2016 moves into the rear view mirror and 2017 comes into sight we thought we’d take a look at the movies that were this year and what’s to come next year. Joining me and my hype for…

Bits Of The Big Apple: A Look At New York Comic Con 2016

New York Comic Con has been and gone for another year and now the dust has settled I thought I’d take a look at some of the most important and most interesting stuff to come out of the big apple. Iron Fist One of the big reveals from NYCC was Marvel’s Iron Fist complete with…

CantPauseThis.com’s Winter Movie Preview

So far this year’s summer tent pole movies have been a bit of a critical and, arguably, an audience failure. Films that had high hopes like Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice or Jason Bourne just did not light the box office on fire like they were supposed to (they made money but not enough)….

“I kicked that f***** into the creek!” – Blair Witch (2016) in review.

It’s 1999, “Hit Me Baby One More Time” plays on the radio as you browse that new website, Myspace. Looking up from your iBook (you’re so on trend) you see a documentary on SciFi channel about a mysterious and chilling string of murders surrounding a quiet out-of-the-way town in Maryland. You see interviews with residents of…

Kubo and the Two Strings – Review

Kubo and the Two Strings is a masterclass in what is possible using stop motion animation, this should come as no surprise as the people who are behind this one hundred and two minute wonder are Laika, the same geniuses who beautifully animated The Boxtrolls and Coraline. Kubo (voiced by Art Parkinson) has been hunted…