Animation, Film Reviews, Netflix

REVIEW: Wish Dragon (2021)

You will hear a little voice going “it’s Genie, but now he’s Long” throughout Wish Dragon, the second of three Sony Pictures Animation’s works with rights reported to have been bought by Netflix during the pandemic (the others are The Mitchells vs. The Machines and…

Animation, Family, Film Reviews, Latest, Netflix

REVIEW: Over the Moon (2020)

Animated films are no strangers to death and how it affects people. It seems like every Disney protagonist has lost someone close to them, whether to accidents, incidents, or time. In many of these types of films, however, death is a mere plot device, used…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: The Grudge (2020)

Takashi Shimizu’s supernatural-born horror franchise, which began in Japan in 2002 with Ju-On: The Grudge but was transnationally brought to Hollywood just two years later, supposedly died in 2015 with Ju-On: The Final Curse. Dampened by poor critical reactions but bolstered by somewhat of a…

Events, Film News, Films

2019 Independent Spirit Awards Winners

Audrey Plaza hosted the 34th annual Film Independent Spirit Awards where Barry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk was the night’s big winner, taking home 3 awards for Best Director, Best Support Actress, and the biggest award of the evening, Best Feature. JumpCut favourite Richard…

TV, TV Trailers

CBS Release First Trailer For ‘The Twilight Zone’

Witness the reimagining of the most iconic series of all time, hosted by Academy Award® winner @JordanPeele.#TheTwilightZone premieres April 1, only on @CBSAllAccess: https://t.co/2CmHhdwTm8 pic.twitter.com/LiQv0WP2nG — The Twilight Zone (@TheTwilightZone) February 21, 2019   The Twilight Zone reboot, which will be hosted and narrated by…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

REVIEW: Searching (2018)

In this digital age, we’ve seen an emergence of films which puts social media and technology at the centre of their narratives. As an example, Unfriended and Friend Request utilise social as a backdrop for horror due to how easy it is to be anonymous online and…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

Fiona’s March Round-Up

While the UK enjoys the quality of Oscar-nominated films such as ‘The Shape of Water’ and ‘Lady Bird’ in the first few months of the year, the first quarter can be something of a barren wasteland in US cinemas. We did get ‘Paddington 2’ in…