Annihilation – Review

The ever-growing power of Netflix and it’s global domination in the film industry has caused us to question everything we know about movie viewing. Coming from a demand for cheaper and more accessible films, the streaming service met many needs and has millions of us glued to the screen. It has mutated over the years; previously a host to home entertainment releases, they’ve grown substantially … Continue reading Annihilation – Review

The Pee Ritual: What Are Your Weird Cinema Habits?

A lot of people go around and say things such as, “you never know someone until you move in with them,” or “go on holiday before you make a commitment” as some sort of gauge of personalities, stress and how they rub against each other. For me, it’s cinema trips. There are only a few that I feel entirely comfortable with going to see a … Continue reading The Pee Ritual: What Are Your Weird Cinema Habits?

Put Your Phone Away In The Cinema!

There is barely a past time more fun yet unpredictable than going to the cinema. Whether you’re going with your family, your friends or a partner of some romantic/sexual kind, going to the cinema is a great activity with something for everyone to enjoy. This has been a popular activity since John P Harris and Harry Davis opened a five-cents admission movie theatre in Pittsburgh, … Continue reading Put Your Phone Away In The Cinema!

Home vs Cinemas: What’s Best for Film Watching?

Are cinemas important for movie-going? It’s a big question that has lingered on my brain for a while. Not because there is a part of me that is hollering no. Every fibre of my being screams yes like an R. Kelly song.  The reasons I pose the query is not because of my own inner struggle, it’s because people are often debating with me the … Continue reading Home vs Cinemas: What’s Best for Film Watching?

I Ain’t Afraid Of No Flop: What We All Could Learn From the Ghostbusters’ Loss…

Last night Sony announced that the all-female reboot of Ghostbusters had made a $70 million dollar loss and the sequel was looking unlikely. Despite favourable reviews and making some money domestically at box office, the lukewarm reception to Paul Feig’s supernatural romp has muddied the water for potential sequels and the future franchise looks to be on a decline with the studio possibly choosing to … Continue reading I Ain’t Afraid Of No Flop: What We All Could Learn From the Ghostbusters’ Loss…