The 100 Films Advent Calendar 2014

Come one, come all, to the third annual 100 Films in a Year Advent Calendar!

It’s 25 days of fresh new reviews, ladies and gents! Some in-depth, some short and snappy, but all immensely informative.*

As well as the usual grab-bag from my highly random viewing, this year I’ll be specifically looking back at some of 2014’s biggest and most significant films, including** (but not limited to)… The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, X-Men: Days of Future Past

And! Would you believe it, 2014 had some significant films not based on comic books, too — like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Edge of Tomorrow, The Expendables 3, Godzilla, In Your Eyes, and the Veronica Mars movie.

Plus! One year on, I’ll cover some of 2013’s biggest films — including my take on the all-conquering Frozen.

Also! Some all-time classics, including much-belated (but possibly even worth the wait) reviews of The Night of the Hunter and Seven Samurai.

And if that wasn’t enough, a small tribute to Robin Williams, in the form of drabbles on two of his key movies.

It’s my most well-planned advent calendar ever!

So keep your eyes on this page over the next three-and-a-half weeks, folks (or via email or Twitter, should you prefer) — all manner of wonders shall appear below…


December 1st

December 2nd

December 3rd

December 4th

December 5th

December 6th

December 7th

December 8th

December 9th

December 10th

December 11th


Robin Williams Weekend

December 12th

December 13th

December 14th


December 15th

December 16th

December 17th

December 18th

December 19th


Sin City Weekend

December 20th

December 21st


December 22nd

December 23rd

December 24th

December 25th

Merry Christmas!


* Not guaranteed. ^
** Inclusion not guaranteed (because I’ve not written some of them yet. Heck, I’ve not seen some of them yet). ^

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