• Trailer Watch – War Dogs

    Todd Philips of The Hangover trilogy directs a new action-comedy War Dogs, about two 20 something year olds who secure a $300 million deal with the US government to supply arms to the Afghan military during the Iraq War. Sounds far-fetched? It’s based on the true story of Efraim...
  • 2015: Film Poll – Worst 5 Films

    We have spent a month looking forward to the potential cinematic highs and lows of 2016. But before January draws to an end, we should look back one last time at the hits and misses of 2015. We asked our readers to vote on their best and worst films...
  • 2015: Film Poll – Top 5 Films

    We have spent a month looking forward to the potential cinematic highs and lows of 2016. But before January draws to an end, we should look back one last time at the hits and misses of 2015. We asked our readers to vote on their best and worst films...
  • Film Review – Fantastic Four

    In 2005, Tim Story gave us The Fantastic Four, followed in 2007 by Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Both films were fun but critically ridiculed and the planned third outing was never made. Eight years later, with Chronicle director Josh Trank now at the helm, the Fantastic...
  • Four things wrong with Fantastic Four

    Let’s face it; we live in an age of sequels, spin-offs, re-boots and re-makes. Look at the summer’s releases: Avengers: Age of Ultron, Minions, Jurassic World. One could claim that originality is all but dead. However, for all the cynics and nay-sayers, sometimes a cherished franchise deserves another chance....
  • Trailer Watch – Fantastic Four

    In 2005 and 2007 respectively, we were given two mediocre superhero flicks in the form of Fantastic Four and its sequel, Rise of the Silver Surfer. In August 2015, the franchise is getting a reboot, with Chronicle director Josh Trank at the helm, and this first glimpse is incredibly...
  • Film Review – Whiplash

    Whiplash – verb: to jerk or jolt (someone or something) suddenly, typically so as to cause injury. Also a fitting title for a film that explores the road to greatness. Damien Chazelle’s latest effort has received most praise for the stunning performances of its leads, Miles Teller and J. K. Simmons....