On paper it seems like a dull documentary. A rock photography and his life, told through his pictures and himself. It’s hard to really replicate the energy or electric from yesteryear. Especially for two hours on the documentary . Yet Shot! the Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock is a powerful and superb film that grabs you for every second. For a man literally named Mick Rock, … Continue reading Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock – Review
As time goes by, Hollywood manages to get better and better at producing the most watchable terrible films known to man. That’s not to say they’re all bad, but a lot of them don’t exactly do anything new. Case in point is The Layover, which sees two incredibly attractive young ladies (Kate Upton and Alexandra Daddario) competing for the affections of an impossibly handsome young … Continue reading The Layover – Brand New Trailer!
Let me ask you a question; Have you ever seen a good horror villain and thought to yourself “Golly-Gee! I just gotta understand why this person/thing/hellbeast from another dimension decided to start killing everyone!”? Be honest, you haven’t. Have you. It is this question which plagues my mind so, because I recently stumbled across the latest announcements for Leatherface, the brand new horror origin for … Continue reading Leatherface – Brand New Trailer!
Science has helped society in far too many ways to count. Aside from the major discoveries like medical advances, there have been many more ‘minor’ breakthroughs that have changed how we live our lives in ways that are almost too minuscule to notice, but which have taken us closer to a more utopian society. Anti Matter (the first feature film of Director Keir Burrows) takes … Continue reading Anti Matter – Review
Whenever a star takes on the responsibility of being in a franchise, they must accept that it will follow them wherever they go. For Daniel Radcliffe, he played a literal penis stirring corpse in 2016’s greatest venture Swiss Army Man and yet everyone will see him bespectacled wizard of the Harry Potter series. Robert Downey Jr has had a lengthy career but his performances in … Continue reading Personal Shopper – Review
Ava DuVernay made waves when she was the first woman director of colour to be award a $100 million budget on a film. That is an amazing fete and something we know DuVernay can rise too because she is one of the most talented directors of all time. And we love her. Entirely. Starring Oprah Winfry, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kahling, and Chris Pine, the film … Continue reading A Wrinkle in Time – Brand New Trailer!