The Potential of DC’s ‘CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS’

Since the first season of 'THE FLASH', DC's television universe, known more widely as the Arrowverse, has been slowly building up to an adaptation of one of the most monumental comic book events in history: Crisis on Infinite Earths. The teasing for this event went into overdrive in the most recent season of the Arrowverse, … Continue reading The Potential of DC’s ‘CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS’

Besides a Nefarious Octavia Spencer Performance, Ma Is a Bit of a Mess

The second you give me a horror film starring Octavia Spencer as the villain, I’m there. Ma, a new thriller from the director of The Help and The Girl on a Train, held the promise of that, but aside from a devilishly fun performance from Spencer in the titular role, it doesn’t offer much else. It … Continue reading Besides a Nefarious Octavia Spencer Performance, Ma Is a Bit of a Mess

‘SWAMP THING’ Season 1 Episode 1 Recap and Review

After the somewhat mixed, although mostly enjoyable first season of 'TITANS', and the amazing 'DOOM PATROL', DC Universe has released their next live action series in the form of ' SWAMP THING'. Let's see how the series begins in its first episode, simply titled "Pilot". The episode begins with three men in the swamp late … Continue reading ‘SWAMP THING’ Season 1 Episode 1 Recap and Review

The Nightingale review – A Masterpiece Revenge Tale of Grief | Sundance London 2019

An unforgiving grief stricken revenge tale of mythic properties. Jennifer Kent's second feature is a unforgettable triumph, confined to Academy ratio, we are launched into a world of staggering horror and atrocities of devilish qualities. A historic gothic that defines Kent as a director at the height of her masterful powers, an ongoing sense of … Continue reading The Nightingale review – A Masterpiece Revenge Tale of Grief | Sundance London 2019

Apollo 11 review – A Mesmerising Odyssey | Sundance London 2019

The first part of the film I found myself asking, is this real? Was the footage new? The vibrance and restoration of these never-seen-before shots are startlingly beautiful and unlike any documentary footage I've seen. There is a lack of traditional documentary technique, Apollo 11 is almost entirely using found-footage and reminds of Asif Kapadia's … Continue reading Apollo 11 review – A Mesmerising Odyssey | Sundance London 2019

Why ‘HEROES IN CRISIS’ Was a Disappointment

WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the entirety of 'HEROES IN CRISIS'. DC's latest event has been very scrutinized by fans due to its handling of certain characters and storylines. Today, we will be discussing why 'HEROES IN CRISIS' was such a disappointment to many fans. The Hype 'HEROES IN CRISIS', when first announced, had … Continue reading Why ‘HEROES IN CRISIS’ Was a Disappointment

Godzilla: King of The Monsters review – A Monster Extravaganza That Shines on Kaiju and Fails Humans

King of The Monsters is the third film in a good-standing franchise of monster films. I am very fond of Kong: Skull Island, to which gets referenced but is barely connected. That sense of disconnection allows it to focus on Godzilla, but painstakingly bright is its errors in all the brilliant monster action. King of … Continue reading Godzilla: King of The Monsters review – A Monster Extravaganza That Shines on Kaiju and Fails Humans

‘Safety’ In Development At Disney+ (EXCLUSIVE)

Per multiple sources, Disney+ has a new feature film in development at the studio. For those unaware, Disney+ is the upcoming streaming service hosted by Walt Disney Studios and will feature a wide range of content including television shows from iconic IPs such as Marvel Studios and Star Wars as well as multiple new IPs … Continue reading ‘Safety’ In Development At Disney+ (EXCLUSIVE)

The Farewell review – An Overwhelming Sledgehammer of a Film | Sundance London 2019

Based on an actual lie, The Farewell is an overwhelming tragicomedy that hits you with a sledgehammer punch of emotions. This film is intensely personal for the director, Lulu Wang - filming took place in her own Grandmother's town, Changchun in China. It is truly bittersweet, scattered with a slew of hysterical moments and contrasting … Continue reading The Farewell review – An Overwhelming Sledgehammer of a Film | Sundance London 2019