“All I Wanted Was A Thank You” – Malcolm & Marie (Film Review)

Posted by - February 3, 2021
Sam Levinson hit gold with his HBO TV-show Euphoria, which earned star Zendaya her very first Emmy for her portrayal of the drug-addicted teen Rue. Levinson’s 2018 feature film Assassination Nation garnered mixed reviews from critics; the ultra-stylised and violent film wasn’t subtle about any of its themes, many of them focusing on women and

Vikings: Valhalla Confirms Cast Members

Posted by - January 26, 2021
The hit series from the History Channel, Vikings, will be getting a spin off series which has already begun production. The series is called Vikings: Valhalla and will be premiering on Netflix. This may come as a shock to fans of the original show that can only be found on Amazon Prime Video, in the

The Making of a Mankiewicz – Mank (Film Review)

Posted by - December 13, 2020
On April 10th 2003, Jack Fincher passed away, leaving behind a shamble of lost ideas and an un-produced screenplay. In the time before his passing, his son David had just entered the Hollywood sphere, producing notable 90’s classics such as Fight Club and Se7en. The familiar connection between the two can best be described as
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“It’s Always Someone Else’s Fault” – Hillbilly Elegy (Film Review)

Posted by - November 20, 2020
Do you remember Benefits Street? British readers will almost certainly recall the Channel 4 documentary series from 2014 and the avalanche of column inches following its airing. The show depicted the underprivileged residents of James Turner Street in Birmingham, where it was reported that 90% of residents were claiming some form of government benefits. Viewers

First Look at Robert Rodriguez’s New Netflix Film ‘We Can Be Heroes’

Posted by - November 12, 2020

Netflix is gearing up for their new year programming with the release date announcement and first look pictures of their new film We Can Be Heroes. Written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, We Can Be Heroes follows a group of children who’s parents, who happen to be superheroes, have been kidnapped by alien invaders. From the pictures released

Netflix Releases the Official Trailer for David Fincher’s ‘Mank’

Posted by - October 21, 2020
As we get closer and closer to witnessing David Fincher's take on the making of Orson Welles' seminal Citizen Kane, Netflix has just released the official trailer for Mank after sharing a teaser a few weeks ago. The script was originally written by Fincher's father, Jack Fincher, in the 90s and was supposed to be made after

Nurse Ratched and Her Unwanted Origin Story

Posted by - September 29, 2020
Milos Forman’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is an undeniable classic. Based on the book by Ken Kesey, it presents a very candid look at the state of mental institutions in the 1970s. Jack Nicholson does his best to steal every scene he’s in as the devious and perpetually outgoing R.P. McMurphy, a man

First Look at Netflix’s ‘The Midnight Sky’ Directed by George Clooney

Posted by - September 25, 2020
Netflix has released the first images of their new sci-fi film The Midnight Sky, which flaunts an exceptional cast that includes George Clooney, Felicity Jones, David Oyelowo, and Kyle Chandler. The film, also directed by Clooney, is based on the book "Good Morning, Midnight" by Lily Brooks-Dalton. After a global catastrophe, scientist Augustine (George Clooney) attempts