In one of the most fascinating cinematic worlds, The Crimes of Grindelwald miserably fails at what the Harry Potter series was good at: character building over world building.
Black '47 could be defined as a Western set during the Great Irish Famine. Its dark, gritty tone meshes well with the indictment of British policies of the time
A Western set in Ireland during the Great Famine, its gritty and dark tone mesh well with the indictment of British policies, but all too often characters and themes boil down to predictable tropes.
Listen in as the guys chat about American Animals, Puzzle, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Final Score, The Good Place and Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Revenge combines exploitation and gore with empowerment and a sexually charged feminine gaze
We take a look back at how the Man of Steel has grown and changed over the past 80 years
Join the guys for a chat about the giant shark blockbuster The Meg, plus reviews of new home entertainment releases Peter Rabbit, Ready Player One and Blockers
An adaptation of a decidedly sub-par novel is a decidedly pleasant surprise, as a master's touch elevates this VR adventure to unexpected and genuinely enjoyable heights
Join the guys for a chat about the latest Marvelous superhero outing, Ant-Man and The Wasp
Steven S DeKnight's sequel to Guillermo del Toro's robo-blockbuster may be rusty in some ways compared to its predecessor – but it's still no less of an enjoyable, if basic, action romp