I’d completely repressed the fact that we’d done these bloody birthday series, which come complete with the added bonus of only being stopped by the reviewers’ actual death. Anyhoo, as I’m still on the unemployment train, I thought I’d have a look to see what treasures 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 had left for me before my imminent birthday this year. So, having briefly perused Wikipedia, I was quite pleased to see a palatable list that I’ve already (for the most part) seen and, more importantly, didn’t hate. My provisional list is: Premium Rush, You’re Next, Sinister 2 and, for 2014 and today’s entry, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. I’ll also update the scores for the first run through after I catch up with 2016’s entry.
Contains new material written especially for Werewolves on the Moon that isn’t as good as the material that has already been published in this series (heh) and spoilers below
Director: Leonard Nimoy
Starring: William Shatner, DeForest Kelley, Christopher Lloyd
He’s dead, Jim. Dead as a door jamb. Look, there, the bloke who plays him is directing, not starring, so… errr, The Search For Spock? You lot shot him out of a torpedo tube; he’s down on that planet pushing up the fungi. No need to search, he’s not going anywhere…