Peculiar and Burton nearly always go hand in hand. Look back to Edward Scissorhands, and Corpse Bride even; the man’s work is astonishingly bizarre and after a few near misses down the rabbit hole, his latest venture brings together all … Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Review
2016 is the year of the big films. Marvel and DC characters wee all at war with Batman vs Superman and Captain America: Civil War. Foul-mouthed merc Deadpool is a mere 10 days away and X-Menface their Apocolypse in May. … Continue reading Fantastic Beasts – Brand New Trailer!
The title for Hacksaw Ridge gives every impression of a schlocky horror film, and in some respects, it is an accurate descriptor, what with the source material discussing one of the most harrowing and brutal periods of the twentieth century, … Continue reading Hacksaw Ridge – Brand New Trailer!
There are some films, just a handful mind you, that are damn near perfect. You do not remember how perfect they are until you sit down and watch them. You can watch them again and again and they stay fresh … Continue reading Tim Burton Week: Edward Scissorhands (1990)
Let’s talk about Greg Kinnear. Self proclaimed king of the indie film (well okay maybe not self proclaimed but….don’t you think?) After his performance in Little Miss Sunshine, I’ve been a low-key Kinnear fan for quite a few years now. … Continue reading Little Men – Review
Ousmane Sembene is a very prominent African filmmaker, yet his work is consistently overlooked. Thankfully, Aya Distribution are hoping to change that with their upcoming season of screenings called “Rebel with a Camera: The Cinema of Ousmane Sembene”. Thanks to … Continue reading Rebel with a Camera: The Cinema of Ousmane Sembene – Season Announcement