'The Invisible Man' is an Expertly Crafted Psychological Thrill Ride – Review

He’s anywhere, everywhere, and nowhere all at once. Leigh Whannell follows up the critical success of Upgrade with a well-crafted, paranoia inducing psychological horror film. A modern retelling based on the classic character of The Invisible Man, this version is a spine-tingling look into the trauma one endures even once they’re finally free from their … Continue reading 'The Invisible Man' is an Expertly Crafted Psychological Thrill Ride – Review

Complex Characters and Great Action Take ‘Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)’ to Another Level – Review

Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) is back and better than ever, with some new friends joining her in what was a wild ride from start to finish. We are familiar with Gotham and the place which the Clown Prince of Crime holds within it. This is something that made Quinn untouchable. But now that she and … Continue reading Complex Characters and Great Action Take ‘Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)’ to Another Level – Review

‘Underwater’ Is A Film That Falls Victim to Old, Familiar Tropes

One of 2020’s first major feature film releases is Underwater. The film is focused on an underwater drill site, where a sudden disaster cripples the main building, forcing the survivors to band together and try to find another way to escape the depths of the Pacific Ocean, and whatever caused the building’s collapse. However, what … Continue reading ‘Underwater’ Is A Film That Falls Victim to Old, Familiar Tropes

Time Will Have Us Forget ‘Cats’, But It’s Likely to Haunt Our Memories – Review

Tom Hooper's Cats is finally upon us - the nightmare at Christmas that will surely terrify, more than delight. From the moment the film begins to when it ends, it is as though you have fallen into a drug-induced coma. I felt as though I was unable to wake up, slowly sinking deeper and deeper … Continue reading Time Will Have Us Forget ‘Cats’, But It’s Likely to Haunt Our Memories – Review

‘The Irishman’ is The Most Uncompromising Film Martin Scorsese Has Made in Decades – Review

While union activist/leader Jimmy Hoffa was serving prison time through the late 1960s, a group of wild young film students was ramping up to shake down Hollywood. And although this group consisted of game-changing innovators like Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, director and MCU critic Martin Scorsese has proven to be the most savvy in … Continue reading ‘The Irishman’ is The Most Uncompromising Film Martin Scorsese Has Made in Decades – Review

Anna and Elsa Weather A New Storm in ‘Frozen II’ – Review

It’s likely that we are all familiar with the Princesses of Arendelle, Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel). Well, it would be hard not to be after the massive hit Disney had on their hands with Frozen back in 2013 and now the highly anticipated sequel is out in theaters. Once again, the audience … Continue reading Anna and Elsa Weather A New Storm in ‘Frozen II’ – Review

James Mangold Finds Humanity Through the Grease and Gears in ‘Ford v Ferrari’ – Review

Ford v Ferrari comes in a complex time for the film industry. 20th Century Fox had big plans for the adult drama long before Disney's acquisition of the studio. Focused on the real events of the 1996 24-hour endurance race of Le Mans, Ford v Ferrari was a perfect tale for a tentpole release in the … Continue reading James Mangold Finds Humanity Through the Grease and Gears in ‘Ford v Ferrari’ – Review

Angelina Jolie and Michelle Pfeiffer Face Off in ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ – Review

One of our favourite Disney villains is back in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Always a treat to see the dark fairy on the big screen, Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) has more to deal with than an attack on the Moors and a betrayal by King Stefan. This time around, Maleficent has to do her best to … Continue reading Angelina Jolie and Michelle Pfeiffer Face Off in ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ – Review

Ang Lee’s ‘Gemini Man’ Falls Short On Being A Modern Sci-Fi Epic – Review

It would be an understatement to call director Ang Lee anything short of a mastermind. The two-time Academy Award winner has reached this rank through incredible films such as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Brokeback Mountain. However, not many take into account that Lee has built his entire career on the back of his ingenuity. Take … Continue reading Ang Lee’s ‘Gemini Man’ Falls Short On Being A Modern Sci-Fi Epic – Review