What Jack Built sees the titular character (Timothy J. Cox), isolated and desperate in his cellar, building a contraption to catch a lurking creature outside. But we don’t know what that creature is, and neither does he, and nobody knows how this will end. It’s true, we don’t know who he is, what he’s building, or what exactly is out there, but sadly this short … Continue reading Short Circuit: What Jack Built
Aubrey Plaza is an interesting actress. She has superbly given us performances such as April in Parks and Recreation and Lenny Busker in Legion, but also then stars in shit like Dirty Grandpa. So she is a very intriguing performer and that has us hyped for Ingrid Goes West. The film revolves around a mentally unstable woman who follows Taylor Sloane, a social media influencer with … Continue reading Ingrid Goes West – Brand New Trailers & Clips!
One of the most horrible aspects of being single is the dating scene. In order to find that perfect match you have to suffer through the imperfect ones, those who are too apathetic, don’t like the same things as you do, or think it’s cute to send you pictures of their pets dressed up in strange outfits. Then you have the worst of all, the … Continue reading Double Date – Brand New Trailer!
The touching recreations of human survival are always interesting to watch. Though, they’re much more fascinating if they’re delivered as a documentary, incorporating interviews with the people involved. It helps to add a sense of realism and emotional impact to the story. 6 Below has gone for the more common device of dramatic retelling, where everyone is impossibly good looking and you can make some … Continue reading 6 Below – Brand New Trailer!
“Oxfords, not Brogues!” Forget about Alex Pettyfer in Stormbreaker and please for goodness sake forget about Spy Kids, and welcome in new agent straight from the tailor shop Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin. Its 1997, somewhere in the Middle East, as Dire Straits, ‘Money For Nothing’ blasts over the scene we observe three men trying to extract information from a terrorist. Comic book lover Matthew Vaughn’s latest feature, Kingsman: The Secret Service immediately oozes … Continue reading Looking Back – Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015)
With the exception of a certain three-digit secret agent, the spy genre has not been well received in recent years. Feeling out of touch or stuck in previous generations, it needed something to shake it up. This came in 2014 with the release of Kingsman: The Secret Service. Instead of going the dark, gritty espionage route, the film went back to colourful megalomaniac villains and … Continue reading Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Review