10 Worst Movies of 2017

2017 was another year of change for Kneel Before Blog. The biggest change was that we switched to a star rating system for film around halfway through the year. TV will continue to be rated out of 10 but films will be rated on a scale of 1-5 stars as is the accepted standard for…

Flatliners

Five medical students obsessed with death stop their hearts to find out what happens after we die in Niels Arden Oplev’s Flatliners. Another iteration of Flatliners has been on the cards for a long time. Ideas for sequels and remakes have bounced around for years and now it finally comes to cinemas with a remake…

Kneel Before Pod – Rogue One – A Seal in a Wetsuit

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was such a massive film that one podcast wasn’t enough so Angus took over hosting duties while recruiting Aaron and Natalie to talk through their thoughts on the film. They cover everything from the prequels, the original trilogy, upcoming side films, Easter Eggs, CGI characters Star Wars Rebels and…

Kneel Before Pod – Rogue One

The second annual Star Wars movie has been released in the form of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The first in a series of stand-alone side films set in the Star Wars universe A review wasn’t enough so Kat, Chris and myself (Craig) got together to discuss it. We cover everything from the prequels, the original…

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Gareth Edwards brings us the first stand-alone Star Wars movie with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story -hereafter referred to as Rogue One-; the story of how the Rebellion came upon the Death Star plans. There was a lot riding on this film. It’s the first in the planned Star Wars anthology stories that shine…

Mr. Pig

Diego Luna’s Mr. Pig is not a biography of current British Prime Minister David Cameron but it does chronicle a man’s obsession with something many would see as trivial. I couldn’t resist the semi-topical joke in the beginning so apologies to any international readers who won’t understand what I mean. If you’re interested google something…

On the Silver Screen – The Book of Life

The Book of Life is an animated film about Mexican folk beliefs, in this case the focus being the Day of the Dead (also known as Día de Muertos). This day is important in Mexican culture as it is when families and friends gather to remember and celebrate those who have died. This particular story…