Author Archives: Michael Moran
What explains the sudden clatter of clapperboards in Old London Town? The weather? the Tax breaks? the ineluctable lure of our windswept mayor?
By Great Odin’s Raven! It’s a new Thor movie. And it’s set in South London. We sent our number three South London Thor correspondent Michael Moran to find out more…
In space, no-one can hear you shout “this is the best movie of the year!”
Some coming to DVD in November, some in early 2014.
Way back in August, Brendon told you that Saoirse Ronan had passed on the role of Wanda Maximoff, The Scarlet Witch, in The Avengers: Age of Ultron. And he told you that Joss Whedon and Marvel Studios had shifted their …
Strippers, drugs, and a hugely inflated testicle. Just your average American family comedy then. Michael Moran smuggled this review across the border.
A Summer full of superheroes, eh? Wait until you get a load of this…
She can see in to the future! Plus! Bo-staff skills! What can Rila Fukushima about the future of Fox’s Number One mutant movie franchise?
Five minutes with the fashion model and clarinet player who has become one of the great loves of Logan’s long life; Mariko Yashida in The Wolverine.
Shirt off, claws out: Hugh Jackman takes another stab at Canada’s angriest superhero. Michael Moran, Bleeding Cool’s most ill-tempered reviewer, takes notes…
She’s a lot more than ‘Captain America’s girlfriend.’ S.H.I.E.L.D’s original field agent gets her own Marvel One-Shot
The guy from Byker Grove. And the guy from Family Affairs. In the biggest, craziest blockbuster of the year? You’d better believe it. Michael Moran did.
What can you say about a madcap comedy about the End Of Days that stars just about everyone? If you’re Michael Moran, quite a bit. Apparently.
Today’s modern zombie is a faster, fitter corpse than the shambling undead brainmuncher of yesteryear. Michael Moran reports from the world of the jumping ghoul.
We sent Michael Moran to see the new Superman movie, and he returned, as you’d expect, with tales of Smallville, obscure lost Biblical texts, and Action Figure Smackdowns™
Who’s the Daddy? When it comes to appearing in short films that help to publicise a good cause, it can only be Ray Winstone
Baz Lurhmann adapts F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘unfilmable’ novel. Michael Moran reviews Baz’s ‘unreviewable’ film.
Michael Moran will tell you why Spock shines brightest in the Star Trek universe.