Reviewed: Free Fire

The latest film from British director Ben Wheatley is always a hotly anticipated affair. Seamlessly able to switch from genre to genre in the blink of an eye – whether it be pitch-black gangster comedy Down Terrace, occult horror Kill List, twisted comedy Sightseers or the Dystopian sci-fi class satire of High Rise – Wheatley…

Getting Hyped For Wrestlemania 33

We’re now less than a week away from WWE’s “Ultimate Thrill Ride” Wrestlemania 33. Coming from Orlando, Florida on Sunday April 2nd, Wrestlemania remains the biggest event in Professional Wrestling and the highlight of the year for fans. To prepare for the big night I asked the Pro Wrestling contributors of Can’t Pause This their thoughts…

Steve Plays Outlast #1

Steve plays Outlast. Spoiler- he gets terrified.     Want to support Can’t Pause This AND get awesome stuff delivered to your door every month? Of course you do so head over to Super Loot with this link here!

Reviewed: Split

So I finally got round to watching ‘Split’ last night and, having never been entirely convinced by James McAvoy in the past, I am delighted to say he is simply astonishing in this film as the titular multiple personality disorder sufferer, with no less than 25 different personalities all jostling for his cranial limelight. To…

Reviewed: Kong Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island is the second move in the long-feted attempt for Toho Studios and Warner Bros. to collaborate to bring two of cinema’s  (literally) biggest titans together for one almighty smack-down (due in 2020), after last year’s supremely cinematic and thrilling ‘Godzilla’ and this latest effort sees this thrilling and curiously old-fashioned action-adventure brought…

CPT Podcast #4: Switching Things Up

Allow us to present episode four of the Can’t Pause This Podcast where Marcus makes verbal love to Logan, Steve hates on the Oscar’s and Dan and George disagree about Nintendo. Want to help support Can’t Pause This AND get awesome stuff delivered to your door every month? Of course you do so head over…

Reviewed: Logan

Beginning with a dishevelled, grizzled and frankly knackered-looking Hugh Jackman being rudely woken from a drunken stupor in the back of a Limo by a bunch of Mexican car-jackers, the titular hero’s swan-song is a very different Beast (pun intended) to any other Marvel film you’ve ever watched. You’ll realise this within the first three…

Check Out This Cosplay: Sports Anime

In case you were unaware the UK is full of fantastic cosplayers demonstrating their talents in a wide variety of ways. With this column I’m going to showcase some of the best creations they have to offer. This time around the theme is the Sports Animes, so feast your eyes on these brilliant anime cosplays!…

Interview: Game Of Thrones Special

Unless you’ve been living under a rock on Mars with poor signal you’ll at least have heard of Game Of Thrones, HBO’s television phenomenon based on the A Song Of Ice and Fire book series by George R.R. Martin. If there’s one thing Game Of Thrones is infamous for is it’s track record of killing off major…

Interview: Larry Nemecek

There are some stories that deserve to be told and The Con of Wrath is a film about one of them. Based on an ill fated Star Trek convention held in Houston in 1982, Larry Nemecek is the man bringing that story to the present day. Having written for Star Trek Voyager and having been…

Interview: SF Ball

Over the first weekend in February this year the SF Ball happened for the 23rd year in a row. The SF Ball is something of a unique event in amongst the many other Sci-Fi and genre conventions. Not only is it operated totally in support of Charity, in this case the Teenage Cancer Trust but…

Manchester By The Sea – A Retrospective

Retrospective’s Rating:- Enjoyability – 7/10 Characters – 10/10 Story – 8/10 Music – 9/10 Shooting – 8/10 Overall CAT score = 42/50 or 4.2/5 Manchester By The Sea is a real cinephile’s film. It is extremely rough, hard going, and exhausting to get through, but what director/writer Kenneth Lonergan creates is a masterpiece of human…