Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2

It’s always a bit tricky following a film that was such a success. The first Guardians film was an unknown quantity for cinema audiences and represented a major gamble in terms of the brand rec...
Blood Father Mel Gibson

Blood Father

Of late, my local multiplex seems hellbent on preventing me from going to the cinema. Several films that I have wanted to go and see had screen time of approximately less than a week before disappear...

The Life Of Oharu

Given it’s stature now, Japanese cinema was an unknown quantity on the world stage until Akira Kurosawa got recognition at the 1951 Venice film festival. This marked a rise in the international...

Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell

It’s admirable to see such dedication from filmmakers that they’ll spend fourteen years shooting one movie. When the final cut of that film, a splatter-house horror comedy, clocks in at just over 60 ...

Fast & Furious 8

Remember the opening of Fast & Furious 7? Deckard Shaw (a new-to-the-series Jason Statham) says some comforting words to his comatose, bed-ridden Brother. As he leaves, a tracking shot follows hi...

First Look At A Star Is Born Remake

Lady Gaga took to social media to share the first image of herself and Bradley Cooper starring in the latest remake of A Star is Born. This will be the fourth time the film is remade and the pop icon...

Hearing Is Believing – Trailer

Hearing Is Believing, the new non-fiction feature from award-winning filmmaker Lorenzo DeStefano, introduces the world to the astonishing young musician and composer, Rachel Flowers. Born 15 weeks pr...

Beauty and the Beast

In the current cinematic age of remakes, reboots and reimaginings, it was only going to be a matter of time before Disney started going through its plethora of past hits and giving them a shiny new c...

The Dark Tapes

The found footage format is tailor made for horror. Like the horror genre itself, it’s a difficult style to pull off convincingly so which makes good entries few and far between. Rarely do the films ...