Category: Films

Come to Daddy

Come for Elijah Wood, stay for the exhilarating, surprising, and frequently funny af story. To be fair, stay for Elijah Wood too because he gives a killer performance as sad-sack ‘music industry’ fashion victim...

Bad Boys For Life

When I first saw the trailer for Bad Boys For Life my initial response was; really? Another Bad Boys film? This looks like shit. But then the inevitable invite to an advanced screening came...

Farming

Farming – the title refers to the practice in the 60’s and 70’s of Nigerian parents ‘farming’ there children out to white working-class families whilst they got their education – is a film about...

Doctor Sleep

There’s no easy way to say this, so I’ll just throw it out there and let y’all judge me: I haven’t seen Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1980 prequel to Doctor Sleep, The Shining. My daughter...

Terminator: Dark Fate

Terminator: Dark Fate is the sixth Terminator film, but only the third to have James Cameron’s touch, and as such, wonderfully ignores the other three films and plants itself firmly as the latest film...

Jojo Rabbit

So basically Jojo Rabbit is the story of a 10-year-old boy, Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis), living in what is essentially Nazi Germany’s last days, though being a kid, he doesn’t realise this. Forced by...

Zombieland 2: Double Tap

This review may contain slight spoilers but we honestly don’t believe they will ruin the viewing experience. When news that a Zombieland sequel was in the works first dropped, I was very excited. How...

Joker

How do you write about a movie like Joker? It’s the origin story of an iconic comic book character but is nothing like the recent deluge of comic book films that saturate our viewing...

IT Chapter 2

IT Chapter 2 is the follow up to the 2017 smash hit IT, with Andy Muschetti directing again. Based 27 years after the first one, it follows the grown-up losers club as they return...

Men In Black International

Men In Black International suffers from a common ailment found in many Hollywood films, the “they employed the wrong fucking director” curse can sink a perfectly good premise for a film, and rebooting the...