POSSUM Review: The scariest kind of monsters are the ones that exist inside of our minds. THE DIRECTORIAL DEBUT FROM MATTHEW HOLNESS Possum would not be a film that would be suited for everyone. There aren’t a lot of characters and the film is made up of long eerie scenes with Continue Reading
I am a little late with posting this, but the trailer has arrived for True Detective season 3 I think I’m one of the only people who enjoyed the second season of True Detective. I loved Farrell’s crazy character, and yes, I enjoyed Vince Vaughn in what I think was his Continue Reading
Richard Linklater to write and direct a biopic about the life of late comedian Bill Hicks To this day, Bill Hicks still stands effortlessly at the top of my pile of favourite comedians. That’s not hard though as I have a very short list of comedians who I would consider, “funny”. His Continue Reading
Some new Netflix originals that have arrived or will be arriving soon A brand new list featuring some of the best new Netflix originals that should be on your radar. When this list was initially started, all and these titles were unreleased. Now, when will am finally getting back to Continue Reading
Waking Ned – A Surprisingly In-Depth Look at What Brings Joy in Life Waking Ned is a delightful comedy that was released back in 1998 to great reviews. In the years since its release, it has built a reputation for being a great feel-good flick. In fact, Rugby Observer Continue Reading
In 2010 FFF screened Ghost from the Machine. For 2018 Anthony Scott Burns, modernizes the story, for the next generation as ‘Our House.’
Fantasia Film Festival 2018 Review for Microhabitat. How much would you give up to keep doing what makes your soul happy? Miso might just have a solution. #Microhabitat2017 #CGVArthouse #GwanghwamumCinema #JeonGoWoon #FantasiaFilmFestival2018
Cargo has been high-up on the watchlist for quite some time. So, what did I think of the feature-length inspired by the award-winning Austrailian short? For the few of of you who are unaware of the short, it’s really something quite special. If you’re looking for all-out zombie mayhem, full Continue Reading
Set against the background of a brutal criminal gang in Brussels, a tragic love story between Gigi (Matthias Schoenaerts), a high-flying gangster, and Bibi (Adèle Exarchopoulos), a young racing driver with very upper-class roots.
While Gigi attempts to break away from his illicit history, two things stand in the couple’s way to a happy life together: an unrelenting mob hungry for another heist, and the cops that are closing in on them.
A brilliant but disturbed scientist freezes his children alive, while he races to cure their deadly genetic disease by decoding the DNA of the immortal Turritopsis jellyfish. Starring Henry Ian, Kathleen Quinlan, Jenna Harrison, Karishma Ahluwalia, and Erika Ervin. A debut film from Maurice Haeems. Chimera 2018 Review.