Kyoto Animations are renowned for their stunning artwork and compelling stories. Before watching the show, Free had a reputation for its shipper fan-service. However, what people fail to see is the shows emotional depths and layered characters. The animation is vibrant and captivating, but the heart of this show is carried in the personal and… Read More TV Talk: Reasons to Watch Free!
The film that took the world by storm and rightfully made history as the first non-English language film to take home the Best Picture Award at this years Oscars. Belive the hype. Parasite is a masterpiece in storytelling. It’s an intellectually crafted story that is thrilling, humourous, and haunting. With a breathtaking score, visually striking… Read More Midnight Movies: Why You Need to Watch Parasite
It’s been a while since we’ve spotlighted movies on this site, and while this writer has yet to make that trip to the cinema since pre-lockdown days, the make-shift home cinema gets the job done. This recent batch of movies ranges from the sinisterly uncomfortable, to the stylish and visually thrilling, and disappointing. Wind River… Read More Midnight Movies: Stylish Thrillers & Disappointing Remakes
The Umbrella Academy proved to the world that you don’t need Marvel to create compelling superhero dramas. This show took the world by storm with its eccentric family dynamics and bizarre concepts. The second season of the show takes us back to the 1960s where the Hargreeves siblings find themselves scattered through time as they… Read More TV Talk: Reasons to Watch The Umbrella Academy (Season 2)
Netflix’s Dark is a German sci-fi thriller that has taken the world by storm. It’s one of the best shows Netflix has ever produced and over 3 seasons, viewers are treated to a mind-bending, complex narrative that spotlights the intertwining influence of time and human nature. Set in the town of Winden, the case of… Read More 5 Reasons to watch Netflix’s Dark
*Disclaimer – this post contains affiliate links* Anime has never been more accessible than it is these days as its popularity reaches new heights, solidifying its place in mainstream media. Now, in years past anime was like a niche market, often grouped with the likes of horror movies and comics and used as a punching… Read More TV Talk: 6 Must-Watch Anime TV Shows
Do you ever get the overwhelming feeling that there are too many options when it comes to TV shows? The quality of TV has vastly improved over the years, treating viewers to intricate and compelling storylines that emotionally resonate with us. This latest batch of shows ranges from the violently brutal, to the coldly calculating,… Read More TV Talk: Gang Warfare and Informative Historical Docudramas.
Movie-goers are really spoilt for choice when it comes to their Friday night viewings. This month, we’re tackling award winning epics, a highly entertaining superhero movie, and one of Brad Pitt’s best performances. 1917 A polarising staple of 2020’s award season, 1917 is an immersive war-time film that captures the brutality of life in the… Read More Midnight Movies Mini-Reviews: A War-Time Blockbuster, Chaotic Anit-Heroes, and an Intimate Sci-Fi Thriller
Perhaps one of the most surprising hits of 2019, Knives Out is a brilliant whodunit that has quickly become one of the most engaging murder-mystery films to hit the big screen. Its box office acclaim has already secured a sequel, meaning fans will soon get to immerse themselves in the follow-up to this thrilling murder-mystery.… Read More 4 Reasons to Watch Knives Out – A Movie Review
Joaquin Phoenix is one of the most versatile actors in the industry. His performance as the Joker captivated the world, but his back catalogue of movies highlight his range as one of the most prolific actors of our time. From the wildly eccentric to the quietly moving, Phoenix’s compelling performances are often magnetic. You Were… Read More Midnight Movies Mini Reviews: You Were Never Really Here & The Sisters Brother