• Film Review – Jupiter Ascending

    Ever since 1999, fans have been waiting for the Wachowski siblings to bring audiences the same wonder and marvel that was The Matrix. As Speed Racer (2008) and Cloud Atlas (2012) failed to reach these heights, there was fresh hope for Jupiter Ascending; the Wachowski’s latest addition to the sci-fi world starring...
  • Scrapbook – Ambitious Films

    In anticipation for Christopher Nolan’s wormhole wandering in his pioneering sci-fi epic Interstellar, our writers have united on a voyage to discover some of the most ambitious films ever to have been made. War and Peace The production notes for the 1967 Best Foreign Language Picture winner, War and Peace...
  • Scrapbook – Top 5 Recent Book-to-Film Adaptations

    Adapting a novel into a quality, well-structured, faithful film can be a difficult task, and one which directors often fail to execute, but when they do, we are left with artistic legacies of multimodal magnificence. With David Fincher’s latest success in bringing Gone Girl to the screen from Gillian...
  • Review – Cloud Atlas

    Adapted from David Mitchell’s bestselling, Booker Prize-nominated novel, Cloud Atlas was always going to be a tricky venture. Telling six different narratives running from 19th Century colonial tensions to a post-apocalyptic world and a stellar cast each playing multiple roles, it’s taken three directors (the Wachowski siblings and Tom...