BAFTA Highlights – April/May

BAFTA continues its run of creative events, entertainment and networking from London headquarters and across the UK. Covering a wide range of media from TV, film, videos games and even children’s animation. Open to the public and held in London Headquarters or varied venues across the country, all information regarding their impressive list of events can be found through their website and social media channels. … Continue reading BAFTA Highlights – April/May

Don’t Knock Twice – Review

by Ren Zelen Caradog W. James, the Welsh director of sci-fi cult hit The Machine recently showcased his latest movie, a supernatural horror called Don’t Knock Twice at the 24th Raindance Film Festival in London. Genre favourite Katee Sackhoff (Oculus, Riddick, Battlestar Galactica) plays Jess, an American sculptor who returns to the UK where she spent much of her youth. Jess is a guilt-ridden mother … Continue reading Don’t Knock Twice – Review

Free Fire – Brand New Clips!

Have you ever wanted to shove a film in your eyeholes so badly that you are worried about going blind before you see the film? Like at that moment, nothing else matters bar watching the trailer over and over and over again? You want to snort lines, shoot yourself up, and drown in a trailer and the film that’ll surely follow? Yeah. That’s how you’ll … Continue reading Free Fire – Brand New Clips!

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

When An Inconvenient Truth came out in 2006, a lot of people believed that we had just witnessed the death knell for Global Warming. Slowly, but surely, we would see a healed Earth before our grandchildren came along. Now, nearly a decade later, we appear to have stalled on our way to realising the grand dream. We’ve made some good progress, but we’re also seeing … Continue reading An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

An Adult’s Guide to Animation

Seoul Station – a thrilling tale of a zombie outbreak in South Korea – isn’t your typical animated fare – it features gut-munching zombies, brutal violence and white knuckle tension. Definitely not one for the kids, but why should kids have all the fun? Putting the Disneys, Pixars and Ghiblis of the world to one side for a moment, here are a selection of animated … Continue reading An Adult’s Guide to Animation

The Void – Review

by Ren Zelen Canadian writer-director team Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie are part of the Astron-6 collective, whose work includes the playful retro horrors The Editor and Manborg, but their mainstream credits are in the VFX and art and makeup departments of larger projects like Suicide Squad and Pacific Rim. In their feature The Void, they tone down the humour and opt for suspense and … Continue reading The Void – Review