With the award season coming to an end in the most delightful and surprising fashion, it’s time to spotlight the movies that have occupied most of my nights and taken us on many adventures. Here is what I’ve been watching. The Irishman Will an all-star cast leading Scorsese’s latest blockbuster, the Irishman is an epic… Read More Midnight Movies: Award-Winning Blockbusters, the Underdog’s Struggle, and Detective Pikachu.
Currently, I’m in the middle of the second season of You, and it’s so stressful I’ve had to take a break to write this post and destress. When the time comes, a lot will be said about You. However, until then, this post will treat you to a discussion on three completely different programmes, each… Read More TV Talk: Sci-fi Family Adventure, a Test of Brotherhood, and Scandi-Noir Thriller.
Adam Driver has easily become one of the most prolific actors of our time, displaying his range as an actor in every role he takes. He’s one of those performers that instantly captivates audiences with his nuanced performances, turning one-dimensional characters into complex and compelling individuals. Here is a small selection of films that demonstrate… Read More Midnight Movies: An Adam Driver Special
The Witcher Creator: Lauren Schmidt Starring: Henry Cavill, Freya Allan, Anya Chalotra, Joey Batey IMDB Rating: 8.6/10 Synopsis The Witcher follows the story of Geralt of Rivia, a solitary monster hunter, who struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than monsters and beasts. But when destiny hurtles him… Read More TV Talk: The Witcher
As the countdown to Christmas loomed over the world, the day itself flew by. Now, we enter that stage of recovery as the merriment turns into content leading to the New Year. With that, it’s safe to say that many of us take the time to watch a slew of films that have long been… Read More Midnight Movies: A Musical Spectacle, Entertaining Action, and Fantastic Beasts.
‘Tis the season to be jolly. The countdown draws ever near and with all the preparations going into the festivities, we have to make time to indulge in those romantic, funny, and heartwarming Christmas films. Here, is what I’ve been watching so far. Klaus If you only watch one new Christmas film this year, make… Read More Midnight Movies: Christmas Special
The festive season is upon us and, like many of us, I have every intention of indulging in all the Christmas classic flicks. However, in the last month, there were several films that both surprised me and delighted me with brilliant performances, insightful storytelling, and one ridiculous festive film. The King An understated historical feature… Read More Midnight Movies: The Statistical Strategy in Sport, Tense Historical Drama, and a Monster Movie Knock Out.
Swamp Thing Created by: Gary Dauberman, Mark Verheiden Starring: Crystal Reed, Andy Bean, Virginia Madsen IMDb Rating: 7.8/10 Synopsis Abby Arcane returns home to Marais, Louisiana to investigate a deadly swamp-borne virus, only to discover the dark, terrifying mysteries of the swamp. Swamp Thing has had an interesting journey so far. The show was a… Read More TV Talk: Swamp Thing
Brace yourselves, this is a long one. From fantasy dramas, cliche period dramas, international sporting events, and the most wholesome show on Earth, the last couple of month have provided some highly engaging TV. Here is what I’ve been watching. Carnival Row (Series 1) A neo-noir fantasy series on Amazon Prime that explores a city… Read More TV Talk: High Stakes Fantasy, Cliche Period Drama, and the Most Wholesome TV Event.
It’s been a while since I last watched a movie. With autumn marking its arrival and the cold night sets in, our beloved projector has been taken down for the remainder of the year. I know, I sound dramatic, but some films are just made to watch on the projector and the projector alone. Nevertheless,… Read More Midnight Movies: Flying Elephants, 90’s thriller, and a Sci-Fi Epic.