I loved Earwig and the Witch but WTF

I was lucky enough to be invited to a screener of Earwig and the Witch, and tardily release this review weeks after it released to what few cinemas could operate in this Covid infested world. The movie is Studio Ghibli’s first 3D outing, and as such they had to put their best foot forward and…

Abominable Got Me In the Feels

Abominable is the latest animated movie by Dreamworks, a studio I think deserves way more credit for the movies they’ve pumped out than they’ve recieved. Something about them usually means they’re missing some of the Pop sensibility that makes Pixar’s stuff gobble up all the attention. Abominable is about a girl, Yi, who lost her…

Ready Player One, Best Wreck it Ralph Sequel

Ready Player One was made for me, I caught the latter end of Atari, love movies, play video games, am white as fuck. I think a lot of people like me realised this early one when the trailers packed as many pop culture cameos in as possible. But not in the way that Scott Pilgrim…

Tomb Raider, Good Except for all the Tombs

My expectations for Tomb Raider were low. Very low. I think if the movie played all the way through I would have been pleasantly surprised, that’s how low the bar was. And you know what. I was pleasantly surprised. While I thought Alicia Vikander was the bomb in Ex Machina I just couldn’t see this waif…

The Mercy – Film Review

Either you’re from the generation that remembers the events of Donald Crowhurst, or like me, he hasn’t been meme enough to be remembered. Tales of daring across the ocean don’t exactly penetrate my generation like it did the last. Circumnavigating the world these days is relatively a breeze, but back when Crowhurst made his single…

Four Films to Catch This November

Here are the movies to check out this month. You have your blockbuster, your comedy, a shit movie by George Clooney, and an edge of your seat thriller that I’m definitely going to be checking out. Justice League Here it is, finally make or break for DC. They’ve had some real stinkers on the lead-up…

Happy Death Day – Suprisingly Not a Pile of Shit

I was unable to make it to the screening of this film so in my place I sent professionals with opinions Matt Rust and Quin Polderman. They are men of few words, making them perhaps the worst individuals to have on as writers, they did however both agree that they “would’ve paid to watch that.”…