Film Reviews, HBO MAX, Horror

REVIEW: Malignant (2021)

When you’re a director responsible for over $3billion in box office returns, almost anything you put forward is going to be greenlit. James Wan, the brilliant mind behind 21st century horror classics like Saw and The Conjuring, has earned a level of trust from film…

Film Reviews, Horror

REVIEW: Candyman (2021)

Nia DaCosta’s Candyman finally hits the silver screen far too long after it was initially promised. The hype and the fervour around the film when its first trailer dropped has only minimally waned in the anxious months since its announcement and its heavily delayed release….

Animation, Disney+, Superhero, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: What If – Episodes 1-2

With Loki’s recent destruction of the so-called Sacred Timeline, the table is set for the MCU to enter truly unchartered waters. All bets are off on where Phase Four could take us; deceased characters could come back in alternate forms, multiple versions of the same…

Drama, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Your Color (2021)

Living abroad is an opportunity too good to pass up. Moving away from your childhood home and renting an apartment with your best friend is the stuff so many people fantasise about; the freedom, the boundless choices, and the never-ending party of the rest of…

Fantasy, Film Reviews

REVIEW: The Place of No Words (2021)

How does a father broach the subject of mortality with their son? This quandary lies at the heart of The Place of No Words, a personal love letter from writer-editor-director Mark Webber to his family, Teresa and Bodhi Palmer. With Mark suffering through a terminal…

Disney+, Film Reviews, Superhero

REVIEW: Black Widow (2021)

The long-anticipated Natasha Romanoff origin story arrives burdened with glorious purpose. Delayed multiple times since its intended May 2020 release date due to the pandemic that shall not be named, acceptable arguments from many that a solo film for one of Marvel’s longest running characters…

Film Reviews, Horror, Netflix

REVIEW: Army of the Dead (2021)

When he burst onto the scene in 2004 with a remake of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, Zack Snyder was heralded as a bright new voice in the horror genre, crafting a film that was both a worthy remake of a beloved classic…

Crime, Film Reviews, Thriller

REVIEW: Wrath of Man (2021)

After a decade of franchise filmmaking, an era in which Guy Ritchie dipped his toes into Sherlock Holmes, King Arthur, and even Disney, it appears the English filmmaker is returning to his gangster-flick roots, though this time opting for more of an American aura. After…

Film Reviews, Horror, Sci-Fi

REVIEW: Assimilate (2021)

Mysterious goings on in an otherwise boring, small town is a popular trope in sci-fi and horror. It injects some life into a previously lifeless area for its inhabitants, and something you’ve seen countless times over the years. Whether experiencing a monstrous invasion in Slither’s…