The writers at FilmBunker list their best films of 2018.
Black Mirror’s standalone episode/film ‘Bandersnatch’ allows you to take control of the narrative, adopting the classic choose-your-own-adventure structure. Does Black Mirror’s ambition to innovate storytelling pay off, or does Bandersnatch get the bad ending?
Mary Poppins Returns attempts to pick up 25 years after the smash-hit original film left off, with Emily Blunt taking on the role made iconic by Julie Andrews in 1964.
Matthew Lind remembers the Cold War vividly. Wait a minute… no he doesn’t. But he did see Cold War, so now he feels at least somewhat educated on the subject. Did he enjoy the film? Does he even know what a cold war is? Click to find out.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Christmas Special is an attempt to bridge the gap between seasons one and two with some good old fashioned Pagan holiday spirit.
A vivid tale of nature, love and memory, Storm Boy does its source material justice without treading on the toes of the 1976 adaptation.
Matthew Lind attended a screening of Disney Animation Studios’ Ralph Break the Internet. Did Matt enjoy himself, or does it get ri-riggity-wrecked, son? Click to find out and forever have your life changed.
Nic breaks down the trailer for Infinity War sequel Avengers: Endgame. Darker and more guarded than we expect from a Marvel trailer, the hype train for this film is starting off slow but with a whole lot of gravity.
One of the most promising members of the much maligned Justice League finally gets his chance in the limelight. Is Aquaman the mark of quality that DC has been waiting for, or just another in its run of mediocrity?
If you were expecting The Favourite to be an elegant dark comedy, think again. Yorgos Lanthimos’ depiction of Queen Anne’s reign is appalling and occasionally downright disgusting—and it’s great.