REVIEW: ‘Incredibles 2’

It has been 14 years since the superhero family film, The Incredibles hit the big screen. The film written and directed by Brad Bird was a groundbreaking film for Pixar being the first film to succeed in doing fully realized human characters at the center of their more mature superhero story. Bird’s writing and directing … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Incredibles 2’

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Venom In The Shell: Spoiler Free “Upgrade” Review

The problem with your generation is you damn serial killers and your new-fangled technology! Tremendous loss is a cage too many people find themselves in. You feel hopeless. Weak. Desperate to give up with no way out. Having something like a person or a body part taken away from you can feel like losing a … Continue reading Venom In The Shell: Spoiler Free “Upgrade” Review

REVIEW: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’

Ever since Walt Disney took on the rights for the Star Wars franchise they have been using every opportunity to keep making new films and keep it in the public consciousness with new movies every year. The main entries in the series have continued stories of  the characters we know and love, but their first … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’

Retro Review: ‘The Karate Kid’ (1984)

Nostalgia has been a go to for recent entertainment with revivals of classic video games, movies, and television shows. Sometimes these can be successful returns, while sometimes they can be major disasters. One of this year’s biggest surprises has come in the form of a show that premiered on YouTube Red. Red is a platform … Continue reading Retro Review: ‘The Karate Kid’ (1984)

The Untapped Potential of Mature Western Animation

The Medium of Film is one that is as broad as can possibly be. The range in storytelling and creative visions under the artistic medium of moving pictures is as vast as the imagination can handle. With as vast as it is now studios have been relying on digital techniques to create believable sequences on … Continue reading The Untapped Potential of Mature Western Animation

Avengers: Infinity War review: It’s a Step Up From Civil War, That’s For Sure

Guest review by: Callum The Critic You can check his film blog here Although many know me as someone who can be pretty harsh when it comes to certain films within the Marvel Cinematic Universe especially in regards to most of the Phase 3 films as of late like “Captain America: Civil War”, “Thor: Ragnarok” and … Continue reading Avengers: Infinity War review: It’s a Step Up From Civil War, That’s For Sure

Batman v. Superman: How It Has Been Able To Stay Relevant For Over Two Years

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice premiered on March 25th, 2016 in American Cinemas. The film had been hyped for months promising the first look into the World of DC superheroes coming together, but when it finally came out it was hit hard with overwhelmingly negative critical reception. It was certainly a blow to the … Continue reading Batman v. Superman: How It Has Been Able To Stay Relevant For Over Two Years