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.
I have put together a list of 3 TV shows to binge. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I have done writing it. It feels good to be back in action. 3 TV Shows To Binge Its been a while since I have been able to sit Continue Reading
Insta-famous, YouTube-famous, cyber-star and internet personalities are all words we are familiar with. We reside in times where celebrity culture is hurtled towards us at an alarming speed. Chuck wants Julian to be ‘The Next Big Thing’ and this is his movie. This review is spoiler-free. A movie about being famous to become famous.
Diverge has been playing at festivals in 6 countries since 2016. Releases February 18, 2018 to the public via VOD from Gravitas Ventures.
The Peaky Blinders are back: check out the first trailer for the brand new season Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy and co are back again for another season of Steven Knight’s Peaky Blinders. Adrien Brody (The Jacket, The Pianist) and Aiden Gillen (Game Of Thrones, Love/Hate) have both been confirmed as characters in the Continue Reading
Edoardo De Angelis’ Indivisible: A Beautiful, Unique Coming Of Age Story About Conjoined Twins. When I first read the plot for Indivisible, I wasn’t sure what sort of genre it was going be and that intrigued me more. Within the first minute of the film, I knew that the movie Continue Reading
The Hunters Become The Hunted In Stylish Dark Polish Thriller SPOOR Fantasia Film Festival 2017 Review:SPOOR Janina Duszejko is a part-time English teacher who lives alone with her two dogs on the outskirts of a small village in Southern Poland. She is hugely popular among her young students but seen Continue Reading
Simon Rumley Hits The Screens With His Truly Unsettling, Atmospheric Horror, “FASHIONISTA” Fantasia Festival 2017 Review Prior to “Fashionista”, many will be familiar with Rumley due to his 2010 thriller “Red, White & Blue”, which received relative success on the horror focused film festival circuits. His other efforts since Continue Reading
Greg Zglinski’s ANIMALS takes weirdness to a whole different level FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL 17’ REVIEW: ANIMALS (TIERE) Anna and Nick are planning a trip to Switzerland as their married life is on the brink of destruction. Nick, who works as a chef will collect local recipes and Anna, a children’s Continue Reading
Bong Joon-ho’s OKJA has finally hit Netflix putting the streaming giants to the top the board for original content As a huge fan of South Korean director Bong Joon-ho, it’s no surprise that I have been following OKJA since pre-production. He’s one of my favourite directors and with movies like Continue Reading