Message from the King – Clips & Trailers

After being one of the best things about Captain America: Civil War (which is tricky because nearly everything in that film was so goddamn amazing,) Chadwick Boseman looks to set the world aflame. Judging by his standalone follow up film Black Panther, his world domination seems sure enough. Until then,  however, we have to gander at his talents in thriller Message from the King.  The … Continue reading Message from the King – Clips & Trailers

Another Mother’s Son – Review

Some would argue World War II has been done to death on the silver screen. Yet, Another Mother’s Son is a tad different from the norm. At the forefront this is a fascinating, eye-opening and at times terrifying narrative exploring a part of history that all should be subjected to in order to learn from. Director Chris Menaul takes on this based on true events … Continue reading Another Mother’s Son – Review

The Fits – DVD & Blu-Ray Review

The human mind is interesting, especially when it comes to mass hysteria. The shared experience of imaginary threats that develop into physical convulsions, and fainting is unusual and has happened for centuries. Often seen in the Salem Witch Trials, there have been 31 different periods of this phenomenon that range through different genders, ages, and religious sects and could be anything from biting to laughter. … Continue reading The Fits – DVD & Blu-Ray Review

Three Empire Awards 2017 – The Winners

Thought awards season was over? Think again! Empire, the world’s biggest selling film magazine, hosted their annual awards, sponsored by Three, which celebrate the best films of 2016 as voted for by the public. So, who took home gold this year? Well, as it is voted for by the public, you can say goodbye to Oscar contenders like La La Land (which took only one … Continue reading Three Empire Awards 2017 – The Winners

Arrival – Review

by Ren Zelen, The success of Sicario (2015) has created interest in Canadian Director Denis Villeneuve’s body of work (Incendies 2010, Prisoners 2013, Enemy 2013) and a desire to see how he will tackle the science fiction genre in his latest feature Arrival, particularly so since he was absent from its premiere at the London Film Festival and busy shooting Blade Runner 2049, the sequel … Continue reading Arrival – Review