Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Movie Reviews

Popcorn flicks, action-adventure, rom-com, thriller, horror… basically if it’s not a festival film you’ll find it here. If it is, then it’s a Film Review. And sometimes… a movie is both…

Shazam! Fury of The Gods

Shazam! Fury of The Gods Directed by David F. Sandberg: Film Review

Shazam! Fury of The Gods is a family-oriented superhero film by director David F. Sandberg that delivers a sugar-high of CGI fantasy, cultural references,...
Scream VI

Scream VI: Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett (Film Review)

Scream VI is the latest attempt to drain the last few drops of bloody inspiration from a dying franchise that, while forgettably enjoyable, is...

Cocaine Bear – Director: Elizabeth Banks (Film Review)

Cocaine Bear is an action thriller with frequent hits of highly addictive comedy-horror that utilises its ‘80s backdrop and soundtrack to create a brilliantly hedonistic retro bloodfest.

Magic Mike’s Last Dance – Dir: Steven Soderbergh (Film Review)

Magic Mike's Last Dance is a comedy-drama film by Steven Soderbergh that lacks both comedy and drama, while derivatively scraping the barrel of a...

Knock At The Cabin – Dir: M. Night Shyamalan (Film Review)

Knock at the Cabin is a psychological horror film by M. Night Shyamalan that unfortunately never utilises the impressive on-screen talent or thought-provoking terror of its original novel adaptation.

Tár – Dir: Todd Field (13th Floor Film Review)

Tár is a psychological drama film by Todd Field that offers a laborious examination of power, control, and the spiraling effects of losing both when acquired through success in the spotlight of a modern, critical society.

Babylon Dir: Damien Chazelle (Film Review)

Babylon seems like a tribute to Hollywood golden age. But is it a love letter to the movies from director Damien Chazelle or a ransom note?

M3GAN – Director Gerard Johnstone (Film Review)

M3GAN is an ultra-sharp and thought-provoking sci-fi horror film from director Gerard Johnstone, with outstanding performances and exceptional tension that build to an immensely terrifying and satisfying conclusion.
The Lost King

The Lost King – Dir: Stephen Frears (Film Review)

The Lost King is Richard III, but he was found in 2012 thanks to the exhaustive efforts of one Philippa Langley, or so the story goes.
Poker Face

Poker Face (Film Review) Dir: Russell Crowe

Poker Face is the second feature directed by Russell Crowe who also wrote the screenplay and stars in this psychological thriller set in Sydney. Starring:...