Thursday, 18 August 2016


Here at CA towers we pride ourselves on our love for the movies of the 1980s. Anything from the big blockbusters such as ET, Star Wars and The Terminator down to the more obscure films like Night Of The Comet, Steel Dawn and the animated film Rock & Rule. So We decided to take a look at some of the films that came out during the decade of slashers, Cocaine and Huey Lewis and The News... I present to you, 8 Movies From The 80s That Deserve More Love....

Monday, 15 August 2016

SUICIDE SQUAD (2016) Dir: David Ayer

And so, a new review, almost 2 months after my last. I'm currently working on some stuff for the site which is why there is a lack of posts. Anywhoo, Review time. Today i'm taking a look and this years most anticipated comic book movie, SUICIDE SQUAD. To read my review, click the Check It Out button and have a read...It does contain minor spoilers but nothing too big.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

HARDCORE HENRY (2016) Dir: Ilya Naishuller

Action movie review time. POV action coming our way courtesy of Hardcore Henry. This full on in your face action movie is the first of it's kind in the action genre. Full of insane stunts, intense gun fights and one of the fastest paced action films since Crank, but is it any good?...check out my review after the jump, be warned this review may contain spoilers...

Friday, 10 June 2016

CELL (2016) Dir: Tod Williams

The long awaited adaptation of Stephen King's best selling novel Cell is upon us. Featuring a cast including Samuel L. Jackson and John Cusack, Cell is a trill a minute Zombie survival horror....or is it?....Check out my review after le jump....

Tuesday, 7 June 2016


Michael Bay returns to theatres with a film based on the 2012 Terrorist attack on a CIA compound in Benghazi, Libya. Has Bay learnt his lesson are are we in for the same old Bay-isms? Put it this way, there's not a giant Robot in sight. I'm not going to lie to you, I was unaware of the 2012 attack on a U.S CIA base in Benghazi after the death of Gaddafi in 2011. I'm not really one for politics in my own country let alone a country thousands of miles away, I was aware of who he was and what he was but was never really interested in his political views and of how he ran his country.

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

THE FRENCH CONNECTION 2 (1975) Dir: John Frankenheimer

I guess there's only so long one can go without writing a load of words about a movie you watched recently. I've not really written anything of note since November 2015, there have been reasons, mainly I lost the passion to do so and started a relationship in my personal life. Although I have been watching a load of films and since stopping the old review game, I've missed out on opportunities to review the new Star Wars, Deadpool, Batman V Superman, Civil War..etc. But I've finally rediscovered my passion for film reviewing after watching, strangely enough an older film. I sat down to watch THE FRENCH CONNECTION 2 the other night for the first time and I had no one to talk too about it, so I decided...screw it, just write a review. So I did. Here's my first review of 2016, half way through the year....

Friday, 27 November 2015


Well it's that time again, another year done, another year of movies to watch is over, but now comes the hard part, finding which of this years movies made my Top 10 of the year list. 

Friday, 11 September 2015

TURBO KID (2015) Dir. Simard, Whissell & Whissell

Time to kick back and relive the 1980s with my review for 80s cinema love letter, TURBO KID, a balls to the wall gore soaked homage to everything epic that came to our screens between the 70s and the 90s. Check my words after the jump but be careful, this review contains some spoilers....

Monday, 24 August 2015

TERMINATOR GENISYS (2015) Dir: Alan Taylor

It's been a long time since i posted a review but i'm back with a look at Terminator Genisys, the latest in the long running (out of steam) killer robot franchise. It stars Arnold Schwarzenegger returning to his most prolific and iconic role as the terminator and see's him joined by the mother of dragons and giant plank of wood. Check my review after the jump...

Monday, 1 June 2015

THE FOG (1980) Dir: John Carpenter

This review see's the return of Richard Long as a contributing writer. His love of horror knows no bounds and he jumps back on this ship with a look at John Carpenter's post Halloween horror, The Fog. Please be awesome and have a gander and Richard' words after the jump.....