Live after SNL ccan be tricky. For Taran Killam, it looks batshit insane as he directs, writes, and stars in Killing Gunther! The film revolves round a bunch of eccentric assassins who come together to take down the world’s greatest hit-man after he gets annoying. Hey, we’ve all been there! Starring Bobbie Moynihan, Cobbie Smulders, and Arnie fricking Schwarzenegger, Killing Gunther looks to be brilliant, … Continue reading Killing Gunther – Brand New Trailer!
This may sound like a sweeping statement but it’s completely true: British Comedy is the best. From the classic Monty Python era of hilarity, through the Carry On films, dark comedies of the nineties, and to modern heroes such as Simon Pegg and Nick Frost promoting a new generation of comedy, there is no denying that we just do comedy the best. What’s more, the British independent scene is … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: Convenience (2015)
I didn’t even know there was a film called The Houses October Built. Let alone a The Houses October Built 2. Wow, what an intriguing film The Houses That October Built 2 has in store. The Houses October Built 2 follows a group of five people who are recovering from being kidnapped by extreme haunters Blue Skeleton. Together, they decide to face their fears and begin … Continue reading The Houses October Built 2 – Brand New Trailer!
On the 14th of October this year, we will see another auteur awarded the BFI’s highest accolade, the BFI Fellowship. This year, the recipient of the vaunted commendation is Paul Greengrass, director of The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum and the Oscar nominated Captain Phillips. Greengrass has been in the media industry for over 40 years, starting as a broadcast journalist before moving into filmmaking, … Continue reading Paul Greengrass to Receive BFI Fellowship!
We’ve all had those life-affirming moments where we are forced to confront ourselves. That is exactly the basis for film Daphne. The film revolves around a the titular character who is rushing around her life and partying with an active nightlife. However, when she saves the life of a shopkeeper after a stabbing, she is forced to confront her life. With what looks to be … Continue reading Daphne – Brand New Trailer!
The evolution of storytelling is, in itself, a very long narrative. From the earliest spoken fiction to the multitude of media that allows the telling of an epic tale from TV, to films, to videogames, to books, there are innumerable ways to sate your lust for sagas. One of less acknowledged (but still fantastically popular for good reasons) medium is that of theatre, whilst it … Continue reading Screen Rebels