Tenet – Brand New Trailer

Apparently still heading for cinemas this summer is Christopher Nolan’s latest cinematic romp. Starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, the film revolves around an agent who, using “time inversion” tries to stop World War III. Also starring Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Caine, and Himesh Patel, this is an explosive cast. As with the other trailers, Tenet looks like a pretty decent movie with … Continue reading Tenet – Brand New Trailer

Skyborn (2012) – Short Film Review

Imagine a brand new dystopia where our insistence in fossil fuels has covered the entire land with thick fog. That is the premise of Jamie Stone’s 2012 near-fantasy film Skyborn. Set in a distant future, Skyborn revolves around the end of the world we know it. Humanity has been pushed out of cities and now fends for itself in the country. Due to the fog, … Continue reading Skyborn (2012) – Short Film Review

The Middling Earth: Reign of Fire (2002)

There are a lot of films in which the apocalypse has ravaged the world. In The Hunger Games, famine drove people to revolution and the wealthy turned it into a ruthless dictatorship that slaughters children yearly. In Water World, as you can defer from the title, the whole world is practically underwater thanks to the old polar ice-caps melting. Then you got your run of … Continue reading The Middling Earth: Reign of Fire (2002)

Unpopped Kernels: The Voices (2015)

Oh Ryan Reynolds – there is no denying that he is an excellent actor. In fact, through Van Wilder and Wade Wilson, Reynolds has charged the industry with these sarcastic and droll characters that we love. The problem isn’t Reynolds, it’s the films he had been in; RIPD, Wolverine Origins, and the aforementioned Wilder hasn’t exactly been fantastic cinema. Unfortunately, it has marred the talented actor … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: The Voices (2015)

The Quarantine Binge: Schitt’s Creek

What elevates a television show into greatness? What takes a lowly series and pushes it to legendary status? Perhaps it comes from the Catherine O’Hara’s misaligned pronunciations in her epic monologues. Maybe it is the shocked concerned expressions of Eugene Levy. Legendary status could be forged in Dan Levy’s overt reactions. Greatness could come in Annie Murphy’s hand gestures and impeccable delivery of “ew David” … Continue reading The Quarantine Binge: Schitt’s Creek

 The Most Iconic Supervillains Of All Time

To celebrate the release of Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, we have put together a roundup of some of the most iconic supervillains appearing in cinema, books and on TV. These villains have become legendary representations of evil, darkness and madness. Justice League Dark: Apokolips War will be available on DVD, Blu-Ray™, Blu-Ray™ Steelbook & Blu-Ray™ Minifig on May 18 and is available on digital … Continue reading  The Most Iconic Supervillains Of All Time