Review: 'Sorry to Bother You'
Ever since it's first screening back in January at the Sundance Film Festival, this directorial debut film by Boots Riley always seems to get mentioned once every couple of weeks.
Review: 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
I wouldn't call myself a music nut. But I am a huge fan of Queen and I firmly believe Freddie Mercury is the greatest front-man of all-time has the best sounding singing voice I have ever heard.
As far as can think of, this is my first horror sequel that I went to see on the big screen, and for good reason. Horror sequels, prequels, re-boots or re-makes do not fair well. There are very few successful ones or even cult favourites that fall into the horror genre.
Review: 'Bad Times at the El Royale'
It's been far too long since Drew Goddard's directorial debut in 2012 with the modern horror-comedy classic The Cabin In The Woods. Now six years later, we have finally another installment to add to his catalogue.
Review: 'First Man'
There were so many reasons why I was excited to see this film. I've always been fascinated by space, the space race and a successful space drama goes a long way with me.
Some people may have not have heard of director Gaspar Noe. To give you some aid, I would say Noe is a mix of Darren Aronofsky, Nicholas Winding Refn, Dario Argento with a touch of Stanley Kubrick.
Review: 'Crazy Rich Asians'
On the face of it, this definitely sounded like the film I would instantly avoid. The title is trying to be wacky, and the plot and trailer felt like a bog-standard rom-com flirting with the tone of Sex And The City or Entourage.
Review: 'American Animals'
I always try and go into films as cold as possible these days, as I get the most enjoyment out of seeing films in their entirety instead in snippets from trailers.