Mary and the Witch’s Flower – Brand New Trailer!

Stuck between retirement and a possible return, the classic animation house Studio Ghibli is in a limbo of some sorts. However, spinning off thanks to Hiromasa Yonebayashi, director The Secret World of Arriety and When Marnie Was There, Studio Ponoc looks to fill the Ghibli gap. Their first feature is Mary and the Witch’s Flower and it is certainly terrific. The movie follows the titular … Continue reading Mary and the Witch’s Flower – Brand New Trailer!

Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale – Review

Anime is becoming more and more mainstream. Once confined to Japanese and the most dedicated of geeks, the craft has become popular thanks to an online culture lauding up TV series, Manga books, and riveting cinema. For movie-goers, Studio Ghibli is the most recognised anime house, providing entertainment such as My Neighbour Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, and, of course, Spirited Away. But there has been … Continue reading Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale – Review

The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

Holy shit. Fuckballs. Motherfucking yes. That’s the response you’ll have when you see the trailer for The Hitman’s Bodyguard. After all, two of our most sweariest, hilarious, and action-packed stars are appearing alongside each other once more. Yes, Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson are uniting for this romp of an action film that is definitely certainly not suitable for children. The film revolves around … Continue reading The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

Beatriz at Dinner – Brand New Trailer!

In this Brexit and Trump era, it feels as though our political and moral views are laid out to bare. We have split down the middle: Two different sides battling for supremacy. People are now more confident to turn around and spout their racist, homophobic, and abhorrent views and even attack others. Even dinner parties are ruined. This is the subject of dramedy Beatriz at … Continue reading Beatriz at Dinner – Brand New Trailer!

Doctor Who “The Pilot” – Review (Spoilers)

Doctor Who is back on our screens, and it’s one final ride for Peter Capaldi. Now I have to be honest, I haven’t liked Doctor Who for quite some time; it was my whole life when I was a kid, but when Moffat took over, I enjoyed it less and less with every passing season, to the point that I now find it so hard … Continue reading Doctor Who “The Pilot” – Review (Spoilers)