• Relapse


    Add it to your watch lists people: it’s out June 16th!

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    It’s my ninth time watching it and I think that says more than any review literally ever could?

  • BlackBerry



    I cannot believe I just watched The Social Network, one of my favourite films, done better by BlackBerry, one of my favourite films. I unironically want Glenn Howerton nominated for an award for this.

  • Hypnotic


    It’s shot well occasionally and Ben Affleck is as good as he always is, but Hypnotic’s concept is hilariously messily executed, it’s screenplay is generic and boring, and some of the dialogue made me want to rip my eyes out. And the funniest thing is, these are all issues I found in the first act before turning the film off.

  • Fool's Paradise

    Fool's Paradise


    Despite being well shot, coloured, and directed, and Charlie Day being the gem of a human and actor that he is, Fool’s Paradise falls flat in every other area. It’s largely unfunny, dragged out immensely, and a flop of a debut for Day despite his work behind the camera being shockingly good.

  • Rent-A-Killer



    With a fast-paced, almost Sam Raimi-fied Scream structure and sense of humour, Rent-A-Killer shows how much Miliken’s directing has evolved over the last couple of years—especially since Little Black Fires. It’s cast are incredibly fun to watch even if there’s the occasional odd line delivery, and multiple camera movements had me geeking out. It’s on YouTube, go watch it!

  • A Very Sunny Christmas

    A Very Sunny Christmas


    The perfect balance of this show’s foul, satirical humour and some genuine heart that makes for an absolute blast of a 40 minute special.

  • Satantango


    Parts 2 and 3:

    While I would much rather be watching the Succession finale right now, I’m unfortunately working and don’t have Now TV on my phone. So, instead, I watched a pretty big chunk of this on Mubi instead whilst doing my silly little job. 

    I don’t have much to say about the second chapter. I appreciate the time changes and characters, but it also meant a disconnect from the characters before as my biggest issue with the film…

  • Satantango


    I do not have the patience, nor the time, to sit and watch this in full as intended, so I think (at least for now until I have the time to watch larger chunks of this in one sitting) I’m going to watch each “chapter” of the film at a time. The first of which I just finished. I’ll log them as I go. 

    I am quite literally 43 minutes in, and I still have over 6 and a half…

  • Guardians of the Galaxy

    Guardians of the Galaxy


    You said it yourself, bitch: we’re the Guardians of the Galaxy. 

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


    I can’t believe I’m referring to these two films in the same sentence, but Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is officially tied with Before Midnight as far and wide the best trilogy capper of all time. An emotional powerhouse, with fantastic performances of all kinds, and some off the charts directing, score, and soundtrack usage. The effects (both visual and special) are the best they’ve ever been for Marvel, the humour is mostly hilarious, and (again) the emotions are…

  • Evil Dead Rise

    Evil Dead Rise


    Without question the best Evil Dead film. It’s a bloody, gory, badass action horror flick that is only slightly hindered by the modern horror trademarks of poor character choices, odd dialogue I can’t move past, and the occasional sluggish transition between the acts in the screenplay. Cronin’s directing and all the performances are great, the violence is a standout, and it’s shot in a satisfying manner. It’s a blast, and my favourite of this franchise—give Lee Cronin the keys to a sequel and I’ll be there Day One.