Love and legacy are two words that come to mind when watching A Monster Calls – a refreshingly mature coming-of-age film based on the low-fantasy children’s novel of the same name.
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“Gonna tell her this morning, no I’ll tell her by noon, by noon or one – by 1:37 exactly.” – A.J., a hopeless teenage artist in love.
Triple Threat features the best lineup of modern film martial artists to grace the screen together, in what appears to be an action-extravaganza of a film.
The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson aka the biggest star on the planet, teams up with the biggest tech company on the planet for a funny short film.
Apes take centre stage in this week’s War for the Planet of the Apes, so the Janks Review Crew looks at other non-human characters that have done the same.
There’s some awesome footage in this new Justice League trailer, however this cool poster inspired by the art of Alex Ross steals the show.
Comic-Con 2017 is underway, and with it comes a bunch of trailers for upcoming movies, including the crazy new one for Thor: Ragnarok, crazy-good that is.
There’s one thing greater than seeing a cinematic masterpiece, and that’s seeing a cinematic trainwreck! No matter how many times we tell ourselves that we, as modern cinema goers, are highbrow folk who prefer films that are tasteful and inspiring, we all LOVE a good Z-grade flick.
The Jigsaw killer is back in this 8th instalment of the long-running Saw horror-film franchise, and it should have you squirming through this trailer.
Director David Ayer brings his grounded, gritty style to this upcoming Will Smith cop film that bizarrely blends the real world with fantasy land.
From start to finish, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is a symphonic slice of cinematic heaven.
Superstar actor Michael Fassbender stars in the serial-killer crime-drama The Snowman, based on the best-selling book by the same name.
Renowned director Guillermo del Toro’s latest, The Shape of Water gets its first trailer, bringing with it the fantasy elements the director is known for.
In the lead up to the 10th anniversary of There Will Be Blood (2007), now seems like an appropriate time to revisit other Revisionist Western films that have held up well, trying to reach the same great heights in more recent years.
The Room (2003) is one of the worst things ever to have been put to film – The Disaster Artist is a film about the making of that film.