After being in development hell for many years, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ has finally been released to Hollywood screens. Thankfully, we had a reviewer in just the right condition to view it.
After viewing the indie sci-fi thriller ‘Curvature’, we decided to sit down with Diego Hallivis, discussing Mexican directors, independent film-making, and brotherhood.
Teen-dramedy ‘Sex Education’ attempts to reconcile the awkwardness of adolescence with the complexities of the human need to, well… get jiggy. A lame comedy, or something more? Kelsey reviews.
After a barrage of internet push-back, Nic decided to take a look at the live-action ‘Aladdin’ trailer – addressing the big, blue elephant in the room.
Liam Neeson is back snapping necks and taking names, but this time he’s in the snow. Were we left with a chill or lukewarm? Read our review of Cold Pursuit.
In Australia, the biggest game of the year is our annual Prime Minister battles. Despite a lack of knowledge in regards to NFL, we still appreciate the dribble of trailers the game gives us online. Nic assembles them all into one place.
In the first instalment of FilmBunker’s DEEP/DIVE, Owen looks back at the glorious absurdity of Liam Neeson in ‘Taken’ ten years after its U.S. release.
Those who were teenagers in the mid-2000’s have come a long way; stripping off our black skinny-jeans. However, now the trailer has dropped for the adaptation for Gerard Way’s comic book series ‘The Umbrella Academy,’ are we ready to rejoin the black parade?
After a tumultuous series 11 of Doctor Who, Ciaran outlines the glaring issues with her once beloved series, and the crucial misstep that almost made her stop watching altogether.
Two red-headed female monarchs engage in a political war for two nations. Does the audience win in the end? Ciaran reviews.