Doctor Who’s ‘Demons of the Punjab’ takes us back to the Partition of India. While this makes for a compelling slice of history and an interesting hour of television, does it make for a good Doctor Who episode?
Flawed but still enchanting, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald captures enough of the Wizarding World magic with its strong characters and darker tone.
It’s Christmas time, and Netflix are celebrating the occasion with another awful movie. Are we excited? Hell yeah! Nic talks the latest royal headache hitting the streams.
This week the crew discuss the latest Game of Thrones news, rant about Bohemian Rhapsody and debate a few Tarantino flicks in the Bunker Battle.
Doctor Who’s The Tsuranga Conundrum gives us the series’ cutest villain yet, but struggles to push itself beyond the usual Doctor Who fare. Now that we’re halfway through the season, is the show playing it too safe?
Where some would see new submarine-flick ‘Hunter Killer’ as a harmless action movie, Izzy finds a more manipulative subtext underneath the cliche script. Read his review here.
Hyped for an animated spy adventure, Nic was left confused by the trailer for Blue Sky’s ‘Spies in Disguise’. Was this an inspired move, or was the premise flying too close to the sun?
Though the Western has enjoyed some brief resurgences in popularity in recent years, the genre is still a far cry away from its heyday in the 1950s. But with the much lauded reception of Red Dead Redemption 2, could the future of Westerns lie in a medium switch up from cinema to gaming?
This week, the FilmBunker Podcast sees the crew stage a Halloween special. Including reviews, games and count down the group’s top 10 Halloween movies.
Based on the memoir by Garrad Conley and adapted for the screen by Aussie filmmaker Joel Edgerton, Boy Erased exposes the insidious and harmful practice of gay conversion therapy with an ensemble of seasoned and new actors. Owen reviews.