Fanny Lye Deliver’d is a quasi-Western set just after the English Civil War, circa 1657, in a period of moral and sexual…
Netflix’s Blood Red Sky features an interesting take on the classic plane hijacking thriller by adding a vampire element but unfortunately loses itself by the end.
Nic Cage flexes his acting muscles alongside a truffle pig in the best movie of 2021 so far: Pig.
Is it hard to believe that another G.I. Joe movie is terrible? Snake Eyes is an uninteresting, dull, and plodding origin story that fails to revive the franchise.
M. Night Shyamalan’s Old takes a horrifying premise and keeps the audience on edge until, in classic fashion, a big twist reveals all.
Embattled is a thematically dense family drama film based in the world of MMA, focusing on an abusive father-son dynamic.
Space Jam: A New Legacy is yet another sequel that nobody asked for, a harmless mess with meta-references and cameos by the boatload while outdoing itself in cringe and camp without any wit.
Chris Pratt stars alongside millions of ravenous CGI aliens in the forgettable time-travel action romp, The Tomorrow War.
The first film of the MCU’s fourth phase, Cate Shortland’s Black Widow, is an entertaining spy flick with a talented cast though it feels too-little-too-late.
Dating Amber centres on Eddie and Amber, two gay teenagers who fake a romantic relationship at school to convince their tormenting classmates they are straight and otherwise ‘normal’.
In 1995 the world’s first gay rugby club, the Kings Cross Steelers, formed over a radical idea and a few drinks in a London Pub.
Beware of a woman with nothing to lose. The Icelandic political thriller, The County, sees a farming woman single-handedly take on the stand-over co-op responsible for the death of her loved husband and enslaving her farming community as cash cows.
With a loose narrative, lack of suspense or scares, and an untidy script, False Positive ends up being an uninteresting thriller.
Vin Diesel and the “fast” gang are back with the ninth instalment of the ridiculous and physics-breaking action franchise, Fast & Furious 9, which again begs the question: Why do we have another one? And the answer is money, of course.
Accompanied by a long title with multiple apostrophes, The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is a sequel to the 2017 action escapade that nobody asked for; it is a quickly paced, self-aware mess.
From the Vine aspires to be sweet and luxuriating, like an aged fine wine that will resonate under the skin and offer some hope, some fascinating insight, or the promise of what could be. But sadly, it falls extremely short.
Seconds after becoming a first-time dad and barely afforded time to share the joy of being a new parent, Matt’s wife dies and thrusts him into fatherhood alone.
As people know, a big budget and a talented cast do not always make for a good film. Such is the case with Infinite, which has no sense of direction, clear story, or positive aspects.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning stage play, In the Heights, is adapted to the big screen to bring that summer blockbuster feeling. Unfortunately, charm, glitz, and glamour are not enough to lighten up this much anticipated musical.
It’s 2021 and anticipation of Without Remorse, an international action thriller movie based on Tom Clancy’s bestselling novel, has been twenty years long.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It expands the successful horror movie universe, and although it is better than the two most recent entries, it is still disappointing and lacking.