A world of music, magic, and a giant blue CGI Will Smith awaits. Is ‘Aladdin’ the glorious trainwreck we feared and/or hoped for, or is it something else entirely?
It’s one of the most talked about television events of the decade. and it seems everyone has an opinion on the finale of HBO’s juggernaut, ‘Game of Thrones.’ Here is ours.
Aussie flick ‘Locusts’ aims to pick up where Aussie classics such as ‘Wake in Fright’ have left off. A national treasure or embarrassment? Izzy reviews.
This month’s DEEP/DIVE tackles the prequel that launched a thousand flame wars, ‘Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace’. Owen and the FilmBunker staff discuss their childhood experiences of the film and how it holds up today and think back on its twenty year legacy.
After two successful instalments of the 21st century’s balls-to-the-wall action franchise, does ‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’ satisfy our urges or jump the gun?
Zac Efron stars as serial killer Ted Bundy in the Netflix biopic ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’. Does this version of Bundy’s story give us anything that previous effort have not? Ciaran reviews.
Sometimes you need to chase your dreams, even if it’s a few decades too late. Does ‘Poms’ have the stuff to light a fire in our hearts, even if it’s no ‘Bring It On’? Kelsey reviews.
An avid Pokémon fan for most of his childhood (and, let’s be honest, adult life), Nic was the perfect person to review ‘Detective Pikachu.’ Did the pocket monsters win their live-action cinematic battle, or falter?
After three, jam-packed episodes, Nic thought it was finally time to review the latest season of ‘Game of Thrones’ so far. Warning: there be SPOILERS ahead.
Stacked with a fitting cast, Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespeare biopic ‘All Is True’ has more than enough performance chops to work through its material. But is the Bard’s life story any match for his own works? Ciaran reviews.