It’s time to meet the parents. Not just any parents, these are totally liberal. Let’s not forget they would have voted Obama for a third term. What could go wrong?Read more "Review: Get Out (2017)"
Ever since watching an interview with Sam Neill and Julian Dennison some few months back, I knew I needed to see this film. Let’s face it, a duo whose comic timing is under the direction of Taika Waititi can only be a good thing.Read more "Review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016)"
Social media permeates our everyday lives. Every smartphone and (most) contemporary devices offer a tantalisingly globalised online reality that give the illusion of connectivity and friendship. What they don’t tell you, however, is that the more you use social media, the more likely you are to feel isolated from the real world that we inhabit, a recent study suggests.Read more "Our Love Affair with Social Media"
Around 7,000 individual rounds of ammunition were expended in Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire. When the first bullet left its gun, the unexpected discharge echoing around the cinema made me jump (honestly); by the end of the film, I definitely wanted more.Read more "Review: Free Fire (2017)"
Jaw-dropping graphics? Check. Intriguing storyline? Check. Strong female lead? Check. So far, so good.Read more "Horizon Zero Dawn"
Many of us wouldn’t give them a second thought unless they are noticeably bad; some escape our notice entirely while some rouse us in such a way that they can make us believe we are someone else. Soundtracks are the backbone of the very best of films. Here are a selection of the best.Read more "10 Movie Soundtracks You Should Listen to Right Now"
There’s something about European thrillers: they ooze style, sophistication and a dark humour that wouldn’t typically grace our screens. Their clever dialogue transcends the limitations of the subtitle, hooking our attentions from the outset. Walter Presents has a new show for us, The Team, starring Lars Mikkelsen.Read more "The Team: First Impressions"