Ignoring our affection for spandex clad heroes but there seems to be a shift in who are now our real life heroes on the big screen. Beyond the muscle bound men who are fighting fires or disasters, we are now looking at the wars being waged in our courtrooms and those who are Films such as The Report, On The Basis of Sex, and this … Continue reading Dark Waters – Review
There has been a whole slew of horror remakes coming our way, including The Invisible Man, It Chapter 2, and more. But none look as terrifying as the Candyman trailer. Based on the 1992 Bernard Rose horror, and directed by Nia DaCosta, Candyman revolves around an artist who hunts the mythical titular urban legend only to become embroiled in the bloodshed himself. With Yahya Abdul-Mateen … Continue reading Candyman – Brand New Trailer!
True History of the Kelly Gang is a remarkable and brutal film which sees a unique perspective on famous outlaw Ned Kelly. Tackling this new vision, based on a book by Peter Carey, is Australian director Justin Kurzel, famed for his debut Snowtown and his magnificent version of Macbeth. Movies on Weekends got to sit down with Kurzel to find out more about the making … Continue reading “It’s about demoting the legend” – Justin Kurzel talks True History of the Kelly Gang
by Scott Davies Whenever you hear of a killer plant on the loose, you’d be forgiven for having your mind wander to the dreary, rundown streets of Skid Row and to Mushnik’s Flower Shop where the ever-growing, blood-thirsty Audrey II resides ready to conquer the world. Sadly, there’s no singing or sadistic dentists here – as much as we would love one in every film … Continue reading Little Joe – Review
The world is terrifying right now. Especially when you look at politics. Nearly most countries seem to be in turmoil. Our leaders are becoming more corrupt than ever and fascist groups are becoming more prominent within our system. It’s a trepid world where many are dying and we’re over-turning lies and deceit from the very people who are supposed to protect us. But this is … Continue reading Official Secrets – BFI London Film Festival 2019 Review
Romance movies are brilliant, aren’t they? I mean, lapping up love like there is no tomorrow is an audience favourite. People just love going all mushy when Channing Tatum kisses the girl (or Jonah Hill) and swoops her up in his abs declaring that whatever plot device they had to get over, doesn’t matter. The problem is that when it comes to the actors, they … Continue reading Valentine’s Day: 22 Couples With Great On-Screen Chemistry