X-Men-If it is not broke why fix it?I’ve been a lifelong X-Men fan. I can’t actually remember a time when I wasn’t totally in love with the X-Men. It’s been a huge part of my life, it started off my love of superheroes, and I’ve been completely obsessed with the team for as long as... Continue Reading →
It is pretty common knowledge that The Valkyrie girls absolutely LOVE horror movies and we would be amiss if we didn't put together a wee round up of our favourite horror movies that were released in 2018! The top 4 horror movies of 2018 as chosen by The Valk squad As with all things, these... Continue Reading →
I'm a huge Disney fan so my excitement levels were through the roof for the much-awaited sequel to Wreck-It Ralph (2012).....
My Top 10 favourite moments from the Marvel cinematic universe The Marvel Cinematic Universe is possibly the most successful franchise to ever exist, and its history dates back decades, and it is all thanks to one man’s imagination - Stan Lee. So, with his recent sad passing, I thought I would celebrate his genius characters,... Continue Reading →
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindlewald Initial release date: 16th November 2018 Developer: Warner Bros Genres: Fantasy, adventure. Do not wait around! On November 16th 2018 the latest film in the Harry Potter extended franchise launched in cinemas, so naturally, I went down to watch. I can never resist a midnight showing, I feel like... Continue Reading →
Spring; A Review Release date: 17 April 2015 (United Kingdom) Directors: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead Screenplay: Justin Benson Genre: Horror, Romance, Sci fi Spring has been classified as a romantic body horror film, with it's slow burn pace and leaning more on drama and romance than horror it falls into that odd “is this actually a horror movie?” spot... Continue Reading →
Oh Captain, my Captain! Why the Captain Marvel Trailer Matters Last week, Carol Danvers landed in the middle of a Blockbuster Video store, and right in the middle of our hearts. Anyone who has heard of comic books has heard of Captain Marvel, in all iterations (DC, we’re looking at you, too) – but... Continue Reading →
The Shape of Water, Del Toro, 2018 Cheesy title aside we're going to explore 'The Shape of Water' and how it left me a little cold. First off I want to state that I adore Guillermo del Toro and would consider him to be a true auteur. His films have a blend of child-like wonder... Continue Reading →