The Weekend Binge: Orange Is The New Black

This time last year, we were all in mourning. If you’re like me – you still are. Orange is the New Black Season Four ended on a crushing blow that saw Poussey Washington, a favourite of all, die at the hands of a bumbling guard and in retaliation, the inmates of Litchfield caused a revolting riot. The shock-waves surrounding Poussey’s death and the subsequent breakout … Continue reading The Weekend Binge: Orange Is The New Black

Chasing Coral – Brand New Trailer!

The terrible orange tyrant that happens to be leader of the “free world” wants you to believe that climate change isn’t real and it’s a right choice to pull out of the Paris Accords. However, we’re in the midst of a struggle where we’re destroying massive chunks of our own planet for no good reason. And a massive part of that is the oceans. Now … Continue reading Chasing Coral – Brand New Trailer!

Okja – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

Black comedy surrealist director Bong Joon-ho has given us some terrific and wonderful films, polarising critics and audiences worldwide including Snowpiercer and The Host. Now he has returned with Okja. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tilda Swinton, the film revolves around a multi-national company who attempts to still the titular character, a massive and unusual animal. Only Mija, best friend to the animal, can stop them. … Continue reading Okja – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

A Series of Unfortunate Events – Series Review

In 1999, an author named Lemony Snicket began publishing the tale of the Baudelaire Siblings, a trio of children who led a very unlucky life. The stories were collected under the title A Series of Unfortunate Events, and received great fame and popularity around the world and even had a film made comprising the first three tomes (though we probably shouldn’t mention that here.) Recently, … Continue reading A Series of Unfortunate Events – Series Review

Luke Cage – Series Overview

It’s safe to say that we are nearing a time when we will soon be crushed under the onslaught of comic book adaptations. It’s a shame, as some of the most enjoyable films in recent years have displayed one or more characters with powers, but we’ve also seen tireless retreads of dark, gritty films wherein the heroes must battle with their inner turmoil over whether … Continue reading Luke Cage – Series Overview