Articles Posted in the " Spider-Man " Category




  • Iron Man 3

    All hail Shane Black, the genius behind the latest Iron Man film. Bursting with humour, crammed with more twists than a bag of fusilli and built around a plot that actually – I’ll be damned! – holds together under scrutiny, Iron Man 3 is far and away the best of the series, and certainly the funniest offering from Marvel so far. That’s right, folks. Tony Stark is back and he’s better than ever.



  • Grassroots

    Grassroots is the true story of Grant Cogswell’s 2001 campaign for a seat on Seattle’s City Council. Basing his campaign around a desire to expand the city’s monorail system, Cogswell became a serious challenger to incumbent Richard McIver by targeting an untapped zest for change that lay dormant amongst Seattle’s young adults. Grassroots is admirable in its purpose, but a little out of step in the wake of Barack Obama’s successive victories in the war for the White House.


  • Cheat Sheet: Willem Dafoe

    Willem Dafoe. You think you know him but really you just don’t have the first clue. So with another interesting film role out in cinemas now, we have decided to rectify this and introduce you to the weird world of Dafoe. Did you know that he was actually born William but everyone called him Willem and the name just stuck, or that he feels frustrated that he has often been overlooked for great roles because people think he is dark and twisted? Nope? Shame on you. He is also a yoga addict. Bet you didn’t know that either. Tsk, tsk, tsk.


  • Friday Drinking Game #50: Superhero Films

    Get cape. Wear cape. Vomit. That is the heroic mission of this week’s Friday Drinking Game – with Marvel churning out so many bloody brilliant superhero films lately, we at BFF Towers are all feeling pretty super ourselves for getting through it all. So super, in fact, that we would like to make like Tony Stark and have a bloody drink or five. As well as a leggy blonde of our choice.