The Death of Superman – Review

Superman returns (to die) onscreen once again. The Death of Superman marked the third time we’ve seen the Man of Steel snuff it, starting with the animated feature Superman: Doomsday then again in th...

Split – Review

Once the darling of Hollywood, M. Night Shyamalan became a bit of a laughing stock amongst critics as his films got more absurd and less interesting. Known for his shocking and at times ingenious twi...

Ghostbusters 3 – First Teaser

It’s been less than a day since Jason Reitman announced that he would be making a new Ghostbusters film. No, it isn’t a remake or a reboot, instead it will be a direct sequel to Ghostbust...

Unbreakable – Review

With Glass due to hit cinemas this week, we take a look back at the first film in the unexpected trilogy, Unbreakable. Released in 2000, riding on the heels of The Sixth Sense, it was marketed as a p...

Green Book – Review

Peter Farrelly flexes his directorial muscles by taking on a serious topic in Green Book. Along with his brother Bobby, the Farrelly Brothers are known for some of the 90’s best comedies in Dumb and ...

Widows

Steve McQueen is one of the greatest filmmakers of his generation. His unflinching gaze has haunted us through tales of IRA prisoners, sex addicts and the American slave trade. With Widows, the direc...

Overlord

Good people don’t like Nazis. The reasons should be painfully obvious and as such, they always make great villain fodder. In real life they committed inhumane atrocities that have stained human histo...

The Predator – Review

“From the first page, it didn’t read like a Predator film,” said Stacey Snider, Chief-executive-officer of 20th Century Fox, on the script of The Predator. Written by Shane Black (also on directing d...