Minor Premise Is An Intelligent, Confident & Original Indie Sci-Fi

Minor Premise Fucks With Your State Of Mind – Some Things Should Remain Locked Ethan, a recluse neuroscientist hides in his late father’s shadow. His father’s death has left Ethan…

New to Netflix South Korean sci-fi thriller The Call (review)

The Call is now available to stream on Netflix The Call is a new South Korean sci-fi/thriller. When I say ‘sci-fi’, I mean that in the lightest way imaginable. It’s…

Sleepless Beauty Film Review: Not so much torture but it has an amazing animation

It begins with an ambassador’s assassination plot and a chat window that informs us of a new method of getting people to do certain things. Then we see Mila through…

Secret Zoo Film Review: A lighthearted comedy that definitely hit the mark

Son Jae-Gon keeps making contributions to the comedy genre (The Man Who Saw Too Much, My Scary Girl, Villain and Widow), now with a trendy but beautiful message in it;…

Borat 2 Review: Just As Fucked Up As The First – Only Twice The Fun

When the news broke that Sacha Baron Cohen had secretly shot a new Borat movie it was like a dream come true After checking out the official trailer, yeah, I…

I’m Thinking of Ending Things: Review + Meaning…I Think

So, yeah, I’m Thinking of Ending Things was a mind-melter. It was surely expected coming from Kaufman, so here is my review and explanation of the film I’m Thinking Of…

Perempuan Tanah Jahanam aka Impetigore Review: A little village full of creepy people who have a thing for puppets and satanic rituals

Joko Anwar has delivered some amazing films, like “Modus Anomali”, “The Forbidden Door” and “Satan’s Slaves”; obviously I was thrilled since I learned he was filming a new horror movie…

Silhouette Review: A Slow-Burner That Delivers To Those Who Wait

Silhouette is the new feature from writer/director Mitch McLeod After the death of their only child, Jack and Amanda Harms move to a secluded home to try and start anew.…

On Amazon Prime: Dragged Across Concrete (Re-Review) and other S.Craig Zahler Info

After scrolling through Amazon Prime Video for what seemed like hours looking for something to watch, I said: “why not?” And gave S.Craig Zahler’s, Dragged Across Concrete another viewing. Like…

Review: H.P Lovecraft’s The Colour Out Of Space

Finally, I got the chance to see one of my most anticipated films from the last year, an adaptation of H.P Lovecraft’s The Colour Out Of Space The Colour Out…