In this plus-sized episode, the boys talk about all things TV this week, coming up with a series idea on their own. Meanwhile, Ben finds his fursona, and Nic has an inner crisis about this week’s Bunker Battle.
Soderbergh’s Unsane delivers an experimental and all-too-believable tale of horror, albeit one that is undercut by simple script failings.
Ten years, three phases, nineteen films. Finally, the long-awaited MCU cornerstone event has arrived to assault our senses with the kind of scope and force we could only dream of ten years ago.
As a half-Canadian, Kelsey apologises for any offence caused by her review of cop-comedy Super Troopers 2.
While Truth or Dare doesn’t cover much new ground on the horror front it does pose a few interesting questions to its audience. Our resident horror movie film fanatic has given us her verdict on the latest offering from Blumhouse.
Jason Statham faces a really big shark. Nic faces the trailer for a new monster flick. Who gets out alive?
Ciaran loves Wes Anderson. Ciaran was tasked with writing a review about his latest film. Ciaran found herself overwhelmed by this prospect, and has just bashed together a string of sentences about aesthetics. Join her on this journey.
Is Disney’s new fantasy an enchanting experience, or a confusing mess? Zaity reviews ‘A Wrinkle in Time’.