Category Archive: Film

ISLE OF DOGS [2018]

Wes Anderson has a unique ability to create fictional universes, an alteration of our society, and his most recent output is certainly no exception. Based in Tokyo, the film amusingly introduces us to… Continue reading

A QUIET PLACE [2018]

A Quiet Place features an interesting concept that is executed in an below average fashion. Far below, like falling down a well. I like quiet movies, but this is taking the idea a… Continue reading

ANNIHILATION [2018]

Alex Garland’s second directorial effort again lands itself in the science-fiction genre, though this time around it is not as easy to explain. The synopsis for the film doesn’t show any of its… Continue reading

DRUNKEN REVIEWS: RED SPARROW [2018]

While it is no The Room – though nothing will ever come close to that – this is certainly a movie that is hard not to laugh if watching from a bare but… Continue reading

MUDBOUND [2017]

Unfortunately messages like this need to be a part of blockbuster superhero films, as an emotional drama simply doesn’t appeal to the masses. Sad, but the reality we live in. Mudbound starts slow… Continue reading

DRUNKEN REVIEWS: BLACK PANTHER [2018]

Taking its cue from Logan, Deadpool and Thor, Marvel have again created a film that is in no way generic, as in, it is not user-friendly trite like most of Marvel’s recent films.… Continue reading

SHORT FILM: The Mountain of SGaana [2017]

Originally written for Cinemaaxis.com The Mountain of SGaana starts with a fisherman buried in his phone, until he sees the ‘mouse woman’, a character from Haida mythology, who begins to knit a spiritual… Continue reading

ZOO [2017]

Originally written for Cinemaaxis.com Based on a true story circa early 1940’s Belfast, fictionalised to make for a family movie, Zoo centres around Tom, a young teen whose father has left home to… Continue reading

PHANTOM THREAD [2018]

Paul Thomas Anderson has done it again: creating an incredible film from subject matter that at first seems like an odd and uninteresting choice. A film about oil was the core for a… Continue reading

GAME NIGHT [2018]

Originally written for Cinemaaxis.com An enjoyable twist on the murder/mystery genre, Game Night takes a simple premise and turns it into anything but. A small group of friends, shockingly, enjoy game nights. Of… Continue reading