Never have I ever felt so passionately and emotionally about a Marvel film. This tore me down and ripped me apart. A beautifully heartbreaking ending to a saga, which had its bumps, but not this one. No, this truly is a film of wonder, something of a gem, shining. Routing back to the films of … Continue reading Avengers Endgame review – A Beautifully Heartbreaking End
The scares overflow in The Curse of La Llarona, an intense and enjoyable horror from first-time director Michael Chaves. The next chapter in the ever-expanding Conjuring Universe, starting with 2013's 'The Conjuring' and its subsequent sequels and spin-offs, most recently 'The Nun' terrified me to the very core. This like 'The Nun' it's set in … Continue reading The Curse of La Llarona review – The Conjuring’s Terrifying New Chapter
Neil Jordan's latest film is an enjoyable thriller filled with extravagance, tension and prosperity. Isabelle Huppert brings gravitas to a film that lacks anything truly deep or thoughtful. There is a clear vision, in which the film plays into that playful to the fullest and is actually very enjoyable but most importantly watchable. After seeing … Continue reading Greta review – Playfully Intense, but Terribly Shallow
With just under a week until the highly anticipated blockbuster Avengers: Endgame, fans are expecting to see powerful character driven moments. With many reunions due to take place as well as incredible action sequences, this film is sure to provide audiences with multiple memorable moments. In these final days, we at Discussing Film have compiled … Continue reading Top 10 Moments To Look Forward To Watch In Avengers: Endgame
Will we never learn? With the wound of the offensive and irresponsible Academy Award winning Green Book still open and bleeding, Hollywood has, after only a little more than a month later, bestowed upon us yet another plain, sanitized look at racial tensions in the South during the 60s and 70s. The Best of Enemies isn’t quite … Continue reading “The Best of Enemies” is This Year’s Green Book, and That’s Not Good
The latest Stephen King film has arrived, in the form of a remake of the 1983 'Pet Sematary'. It is brought to life by directors Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, written by Jeff Buhler about the strange goings on around the 'pet sematary' (which is misspelt, emphasising the childish nature) and this remake proves to … Continue reading Pet Sematary review – A Horrifying Chiller
With phase three of the MCU coming to a close in just a matter of weeks, we only have a brief idea of what is to come next. There are yet to be any confirmed release dates for all but one of the speculated films. The fate of all characters is uncertain until the release … Continue reading Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Four- What we know so far.
With the announcement of Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII in May of 2018, fans of the Zombies mode eagerly awaited the return and potential finale of the Aether storyline. However, during the announcement of the long awaited title, co-studio head of Treyarch Jason Blundell revealed a brand new story to launch alongside the Aether … Continue reading Does Ancient Evil Save Black Ops IIII Zombies?
Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes were some of the pioneering characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Their turbulent friendship is one that not only has withstood time, but has also driven many narratives within the MCU. Steve's loyalty to Bucky even where he would be risking his life is what have made this duo so … Continue reading Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes- A cinematic friendship for the ages.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers. The DC Comics event 'HEROES IN CRISIS' has become a very controversial event due to its murder mystery storyline that has led to the deaths of multiple popular characters, including Wally West and Roy Harper. With the seventh issue of the series right around the corner, and the solicitations for … Continue reading Who is The ‘HEROES IN CRISIS’ Killer?