The best reviewed, discussed and seem-to-be-great great movies of this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Prepare your watchlist to be expanded. “Parasite” will give the creeps. Korean-style. And with Palme d’Or. Do you remember “Snowpiercer”? One of the most criminally underrated … Continue reading Cannes 2019 Roundup
Joe Berlinger’s “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” is a bit confusing in its early stage, but gets significantly better over time. When its final sequences arrive, the film reverberates with a dreadful impact long after the credits roll. A … Continue reading Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (2019) Review
From “Twilight”, through indie darlings and to becoming… Batman. This Friday is all about Robert Pattinson. Pattinson has been announced today as the main candidate to inherit the cape after Ben Affleck. After DC Studio and Warner Bros didn’t come … Continue reading Is Robert Pattinson The New Batman?
The animated series had a moment of silence, but the fourth season has finally been given a premiere date in November 2019. Fans of burping, galactic razzmatazz, whining of Jerry, Meeseeeeks and Morty’s cute face can all rejoice. Our (yes, … Continue reading Rick and Morty set to be back in November!
The upcoming, second feature of Ari Aster has recently landed a brand new trailer. Chills down your spine are guaranteed. Following up the highly successful “Hereditary”, Ari Aster strikes once again. His newest film “Midsommar” will follow Dani (Florence Pugh), … Continue reading New Trailer Of Ari Aster’s Midsommar (2019) Looks Totally Wicked
If watching Hellboy (2019) over and over again is what hell looks like, then I will seriously consider avoiding even the smallest sin in my life. The newest take on the foul-mouthed, hellish super hero brings the protagonist fighting an … Continue reading One Hell Of A Bad Movie – Hellboy (2019)
An Irish countryside hides a mysterious, creepy-looking pit that subsides in the middle of a forest, but director-writer Lee Cronin believes it’s less interesting than an overused cliche of a weird kid that is probably possessed. In “The Hole In … Continue reading The Hole In The Ground (2019) That Should Have Been Deeper
The paradox of “Bonding” is an underdeveloped story that somehow satisfies, but doesn’t quite stir the pot enough to make you want more. Which, considering it a tv show, creates a missed opportunity. A psychology student Tiff (Zoe Levin) works … Continue reading Bonding (2019) TV Series Review
Blue skin, eyes filled with blazing hatred and a tragic backstory. Nebula, the nefarious daughter of Thanos, was the ace in the sleeve of the creators of “Avengers: Endgame”. Why was she given such a pivotal role? What’s the true … Continue reading How Nebula Was Silently Turned Into The Key Character Of “Avengers: Endgame”
Marvel’s final installment switches gears, jumps between multiple realms, timelines and character arcs, but bearing in mind that this crazy mayhem had to conclude years of universe building, “Avengers: Endgame” ends without the stomp I counted on. “Avengers: Endgame” kicks … Continue reading Avengers: Endgame (2019) – A Not-So-Epic Conclusion Of Marvel’s Decade
Together with Paul McGhie, the director of a British found footage horror flick “Webcast”, we discussed what makes cults so goddamn scary and how hard to be an indie filmmaker in 2019. Paul McGhie’s “Webcast” tells the story of two … Continue reading A Cultural Chat With Paul McGhie: Director Of Found Footage Horror “Webcast”
Dipped in vintage storytelling, a bit rough on the edges, but nonetheless confidently carried by its leading gentlemen Woody Harrelson and Kevin Costner, “The Highwaymen” is just a decent take on a modernized western. John Lee Hancock’s movie tells the … Continue reading The Highwaymen (2019) Feels Outdated But Costner & Harrelson Come To Rescue