In 1941 Orson Welles released Citizen Kane and changed the face of cinema forever.
Author: Luke Banyai
After having seen Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead at the tender age of 13, it began a love for horror films that eventually expanded into a love for all genres.
Deserted Island Movie Collection: The Films of Martin Scorsese
Best Movie Snack: Honey Soy Chicken Potato Chips and a 6 pack.
A lot of people who have already heard of this documentary might be asking if it would’ve even been made if Paul Walker were still alive. The answer is no.
Chances are most filmgoers haven’t heard of filmmaker Uwe Boll; one of the main reasons could be that almost all of his movies never make their way onto cinema screens.
When Let Me In was announced not long after the release of the much loved Swedish original Let the Right One In (2008), it was naturally met with a negative response from fans, and unsurprisingly, didn’t perform well at the box office.
Whether you enjoy Searching or not will solely depend upon its gimmick of having been shot entirely through a PC and mobile phone’s point-of-view. It is well put together and just sits slightly above the ‘found footage’ style of filmmaking.
If you’ve seen The Greasy Strangler (2016) and loved it, then there’s no doubt that An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn is on your radar.
It pretty much goes without saying that The Meg was never going to be this generation’s Jaws (1975) and quite frankly, it was never trying to be.
If you saw the trailer for Mandy and thought it had the potential to be another high-octane Nicolas Cage masterclass in over-the-top awesomeness, then it’s safe to say you would be 100% correct.
In this second trailer for Slender Man, it’s a little disappointing to say that it looks awfully generic, with silly characters doing silly things.
It’s interesting to note that upon its release in 1981, The Fan was met with controversy due to multiple counts of celebrity stalking cases and the tragic murder of John Lennon.
The Equalizer 2 could easily be put into the category of a “sequel nobody really asked for, but because the first one made money, let’s cash in while we can”.
It has been rumoured for a while now that Joaquin Phoenix was tapped to play the ‘Joker’ in a standalone origin film, and the rumour has now been confirmed.
It’s safe to say that a lot of emerging filmmakers like to pay homage to the movies they grew up with and drew inspiration from – Summer of ’84 is no exception.
From renowned director Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future trilogy, Cast Away) comes his new film Welcome to Marwen starring Steve Carell.