Glass – Review

M. Night Shyamalan brings his Eastrail 177 Trilogy to a close almost two decades after the first instalment. 2017’s Split proved to be a surprise sequel to 2000’s Unbreakable, promising that worlds w...

Reign of the Supermen

Superman is dead, long live Superman. After being pummelled to death by Doomsday in The Death of Superman, the last son of Krypton is laid to rest. Or is he? His tomb is soon found to be empty and re...

The Death of Superman

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

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...

Unbreakable

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...

Backtrace

I think it’s about time that the publicity departments have a bit of a rethink about how they approach the advertising of some movies. Not so much with the big releases as they tend to use a nu...

Siberia

There is a tremendous amount of affection out there for Keanu Reeves. He has had a long and, on the main part, successful career. So much so that there is now the KeanuCon film festival dedicated to ...
Stan & Ollie

Stan & Ollie

“I’ve got a feeling that no one wants to see Laurel and Hardy pictures any more.”  Two titans of cinema – Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy – find themselves in the twilight ...

Green Book

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 ...

The Favourite

Now, I consider myself quite open-minded when it comes to my taste in movies. There’s not much I’ll instantly dismiss, unless the title contains a combination of the words ‘Shades&#...