All you need to know about this is that it stars Nash Grier. Yep, that YouTube tosspot who decided to tell the world to shave their arm hair because it grosses out dudes. Apparently he has a budding acting career which he is attempting in Brent Easton Ellis’ The Deleted. The new television series revolves around escappes of a mysterious cult who come together when each … Continue reading The Deleted – Brand New Trailer!
Disney, dear Disney. What have you done? Here’s the thing. The company has been a shaky track recently. While they had a massive hit with some little film named Frozen, there have been some very questionable choices made. With the recent release of Zootopia, they may have gone back on track. However, it’s the release of Moana that has proven they have gotten right back … Continue reading Moana – Review
Boxing is a sport that plays well on the big screen, which is why there are so many movies about it. The unfathomable elements of why people would want to physically attack one another is played with the inner turmoil of wanting strength and fame as well as the impact of the life resonates with family members. It is evocative drama that is told countlessly … Continue reading 4 Great Boxing Movies
Patriots Day is the tragic true story of the bombings that took place during the Boston marathon back in 2013, and the dedicated police officers who tried to bring the perpetrators to justice. In this featurette, we focus on Sgt. Jeffrey Pugliese. Pugliese is played by J.K. Simmons, who tells us that Pugliese is not the most likely man to be a hero, but when … Continue reading Patriots Day “Pugliese” featurette
When David Lynch burst into prominence with Eraserhead in 1977, he came in a burst of cult flames. Weird, quirky, unashamed and without inhibitions, David Lynch took the boundaries of cinema and broke them into a million little pieces. Specialising in the strange and unusual, Lynch is a God when it’s comes to cult cinema. But what really made him and is by far one … Continue reading Looking Back…Blue Velvet (1986)
by Ren Zelen Achieving some absorbing storytelling, director Amma Asante and screenwriter Guy Hibbert reveal a noteworthy chapter of Britain’s post-war history. A United Kingdom is the opening film of the 60th London Film Festival and is the based on the true story of Seretse Khama (David Oyelowo) a young law student in London in 1947, who also happens to be the Prince of Bechuanaland … Continue reading A United Kingdom – Review