There’s one tradition in the arts that I’ve always gotten a kick out of, and that’s picking an accomplished artist (whether it be an actor or writer or director or some such), and then finding a cheaper, or less impressive version of that accomplished artist to ironically stand alongside him or her.
Janks Reviews Posts
One thing to keep in mind before viewing The Killing of a Sacred Deer is that if you have seen director Yorgos Lanthimos’ previous work, which includes The Lobster (2015) and Dogtooth (2009), then you might almost be prepared for what’s in store.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day; one of the all-time action sci-fi greats returns to cinemas in a glorious, 3D/4K restoration.
Created by the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 director James Gunn and music supervisor Tyler Bates, Guardians’ Inferno featuring David Hasselhoff has to be the funnest advertisement for a DVD release I’ve ever seen.
The Butterfly Tree is a breathtaking Australian drama that takes its viewers on a journey of love and loss; showing how the two intertwine for a grieving father and son.
“Mick Jagger in Tony Richardson’s Ned Kelly!” – This is perhaps one of the most blood curdling phrases to ever be uttered in the history of Australian cinema.
Yes this is a buddy movie between a boy and his dog, though not the type you’d might expect – rather it’s the complete opposite.
After the death of their daughter, a dollmaker and his wife open their home to a group of orphans and the nun who cares for them. But things quickly go awry, as one of the dollmaker’s creations begins terrorising the home, in Annabelle: Creation.
Taiwanese director Chung Mong-Hong’s Godspeed, is the most bizarre, hilarious, and gruesome account of a drug-culture caper film to have recently hit our screens.
The official trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s psychological horror Mother! dropped recently, and it’s giving us some serious Rosemary’s Baby (1968) vibes.
Ridley Scott’s latest film set in the revered Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant, gets the Honest Trailer treatment, and there is just so much to laugh at.
Luc Besson’s epic space saga Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets can be best described as an overly ambitious, beautiful looking mess.
With the imminent release of Luc Besson’s Valerian; a film based in a rich and deep alternate world, we look at other films that have well-conceived worlds.