• The Future of Marvel Studios – Part 1

    WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD Iron Man is dead. Captain America has retired. Will the MCU fail without them? Not if Disney has anything to say about it. Announced at San Diego Comic Con, the MCU’s Phase 4 is the studio’s shortest (at only two years long) yet boldest and most...
  • Film Review: Avengers: Endgame

    11 years, 22 films and 80 years of comic history, Marvel’s Avengers Endgame is a cultural event. It is the culminating film in the current era for Marvel Studios, which began in 2008 with Iron Man, and is a love letter to the fans as it follows on from...
  • Trailer Watch: Avengers: Endgame

    The much awaited Avengers 4 trailer is finally here, after so much waiting I was beginning to think it would never arrive. Unsurprisingly, the trailer opens where Infinity War left off, with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) stranded on The Benatar (The Guardians’ ship), stranded in space after leaving...
  • Trailer Watch – Avenger’s: Infinity War

    On November 29th, Marvel Entertainment released the first official trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, the long-awaited culmination of the Marvel cinematic universe, built up since Thanos’ first reveal all the way back in 2012 in the post-credit scene of the first instalment in the Avengers franchise, Avengers Assemble. A...
  • Ghost in the Shell: A Hollow or Full-Bodied Remake?

    With possibly one of the most controversial production periods of the last few years and a disappointing opening week box-office gross, I think it’s fair to say Ghost in the Shell is garnering a bad reputation. This is only emphasised by the fact that the original anime film is...
  • Ready In 5: Coming of Age Films

    The universal affection for Coming-of-Age films is kind of ironic. None of us ever actually feel ‘grown up’, yet we find it impossible not to identify with all these stories about growing up. With nearly 21 years of life under my belt and still no signs of adulthood, I...
  • Look Out For…March

    While many are aware of the Gregorian calendar, there is another one that runs parallel to it: the film calendar. Such a schedule means that months like March and September are “in-betweeners”. They don’t quite belong to the artsy-fartsy films of awards season, nor with the somewhat hum drum...