Dora and the Lost City of Gold review – A Delightful and Joyous Journey

In the ongoing spew of live-action remakes, the next comes an adaptation of 'Dora the Explorer' from Paramount and Nickelodeon. Beginning with the opening scene, the tone is set with a self-reflexive quality noting a clear parallel to the cartoon series. Dora regularly talks to the camera, whilst her parents are bewildered and chock it…

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Christopher Landon Set To Write & Direct New Horror Film For Blumhouse (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Christopher Landon is set to write and direct a new horror/thriller film for Blumhouse Productions with Jason Blum set to produce. Plot details are vague but sources say that it will focus on a killer who wreaks havoc in a small town. Production is eyeing to begin in October in Atlanta,…

The Western – A Forgotten Genre: A Review of the Very Best

The western is one of cinema's finest genres. It has become some-what clear in the passing years that the western is not perhaps at the height of what it used to be (in terms of success and buzz, not quality). So, this article is dedicated to my personal love of the western genre. I will…

Angela Russo-Otstot Set To Co-Write The Screenplay For Russo Brothers’ ‘Cherry’ (EXCLUSIVE)

The Russo Brothers are currently in pre-production for their next film ‘Cherry’ that is planned to begin filming on October 7th in Cleveland with Tom Holland in the titular lead role of Cherry. The film will follow the story of Nico Walker’s novel which follows a former Army medic who returned from Iraq with extreme…

Annabelle Comes Home review – Mckenna Grace Shines in this Terrifyingly Atmospheric Horror

Annabelle has had two films prior, Comes Home marks the third outing of the now-iconic-doll. This film is terrifying, sweat will seep through the paws of your skin and shoot right out from scare to scare. Not only is it an effective horror, but a very well-made film that is crafted to build tension and…

Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood is Tarantino’s Sweet Goodbye to the Golden Age

Quentin Tarantino’s love for watching and making movies is obvious throughout all of his filmography, but nowhere is it more prevalent and interwoven into the very fabric of the film than his latest effort Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood. Set in 1969, as the Golden Age of Hollywood was drawing to a close, Tarantino paints…

Zach Barack Talks ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ and Transgender Representation (EXCLUSIVE)

Zach Barack recently starred in ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ and is the first transgender actor to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Read below to discover he got into the film industry, how he landed his role in ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ and how he would like to see trans representation continue to develop in the…

Crawl – A Tight, Tense Creature Feature in Dirty Florida Flood Water

A horror movie set in Florida seems like a no-brainer. There are countless terrifying stories that you can set in the land of smelly swamps, suffocating humidity, crowded theme parks, and insane residents. Crawl goes for a combination of a creature feature (starring some Florida gators) and a natural disaster flick (starring a Florida hurricane). It’s…

From Beginning to Endgame: A Ranking of the Infinity Saga

In 2008, Marvel Studios released Iron Man to both critical and financial success. Now, a full eleven years later, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or MCU for short, has become the highest grossing film series of all time box office wise, and has one of the largest fanbases in the world. The films have ranged in…

Midsommar review – Ari Aster’s Beautifully Nightmarish Fairytale

Coming off of last year's Hereditary, Ari Aster had everyone anticipating his second feature film, Midsommar has finally arrived and it is devilishly disturbing. Midsommar is a fairytale about the impossible extent of grief, the struggles of codependency and a Wizard of Oz-like twist on Swedish-traditions. There is a clear comparison that can be made…