Check Out the 11 Best Bits of Disney Magic at the D23 Expo

Another year, another peak behind the curtain of the planet’s most beloved and most profitable mouse rights advocacy groups. The D23 Expo was always a promise of shock and awe, given Disney’s more recent acquisitions of Marvel and Star Wars. But even though we expected a lot, there was still more besides to surprise the sailor suits off us! Let’s revisit them shall we? Continue reading Check Out the 11 Best Bits of Disney Magic at the D23 Expo

Pixar Posters Galore! “Incredibles 2”, “Good Dinosaur” and More From D23 Expo

“You think Marvel Studios is the king of posters!? We’re Pixar, dammit – our sequels are made from the bones of Gods and written in the blood of titans!”

This is a fictional quote from a fictional executive at Pixar, but there’s every reason for Pixar to be just as jazzed about posters right now thanks to their spectacular reveal of their upcoming animated franchises. Continue reading Pixar Posters Galore! “Incredibles 2”, “Good Dinosaur” and More From D23 Expo

“League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” Reboot May Take “Mad Max” Pro-Female Cues

Mad Max: Fury Road left a lot of lasting impressions on a lot of people thanks to its balls to the wall, never-slow-down-not-even-to-pee-out-of-the-window approach. One of its most singular impacts was its portrayal of women and the standout, emphasised performances of the female actors. You may be wondering, will this influence other projects out there to abandon gender-bias? That certainly seems to be the case for the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen reboot. Continue reading “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” Reboot May Take “Mad Max” Pro-Female Cues

Watch the First Trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight”

“Move a little strange, you’re gonna get a bullet. Not a warning, not a question… A bullet.”

It seems like only yesterday that a script leak blunder saw Quentin Tarantino shelf his upcoming 8th movie as a punishment for the breaking of his cone of secrecy. One table read, a kick ass poster and a handful of sneaky details later, we finally have a trailer for The Hateful Eight. Man, imagine if it was total garbage, how heartbreaking would that be? Continue reading Watch the First Trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight”

Watch First “Trumbo” Trailer with Bryan Cranston


Bryan Cranston’s moustache is back!

Earlier this week we finally got a look at the poster for Cranston’s latest movie Trumbo, in which he plays the titular blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter. He had the look down pat, but could he pull of the writer’s infamous verbosity? Well now we know with the release of the first trailer, courtesy of Movie Clips. Continue reading Watch First “Trumbo” Trailer with Bryan Cranston

Fantastic 4 Review: “As Soon as it Gets Exciting, it’s Over”

After reading the reviews, and the low ratings, I almost didn’t want to see the new Fantastic 4. But I decided to have a go, mainly because I was pleasantly surprised watching films like The Lone Ranger and John Carter that received equally savage critical beat-downs. Sometimes, of course, the critics do have a point. Continue reading Fantastic 4 Review: “As Soon as it Gets Exciting, it’s Over”

Watch this New Trailer for White Supremacist Doc “Welcome to Leith”


Thanks to the sheer volume of directorial and journalistic talent out there, we’re never too far away from an emotionally charged documentary, opening our eyes to strange and striking truths. But it’s only once in a while that we come across a scary documentary, let alone one that is even better for its scariness. Welcome to Leith certainly looks like it could be in that latter category. Continue reading Watch this New Trailer for White Supremacist Doc “Welcome to Leith”

Martin Scorcese to Direct DiCaprio as Serial Killer in “Devil in the White City”

Martin Scorcese promises to show us an entirely new side to his regularly expanding filmography with the upcoming Silence, which will chronicle the trials of two Portugese priests spreading Christianity in 17th century Japan. Now it’s been confirmed that the prolific director will also be showing us a new side to long time collaborator Leonardo DiCaprio in another equally intriguing project. Continue reading Martin Scorcese to Direct DiCaprio as Serial Killer in “Devil in the White City”

“Inside Out” Review: The Most Entertaining Therapy Session You’ll Ever Have

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You’re entering a dimension within the realms of the human mind. A sub-psychological space where the emotional state of an 11 year old girl, Riley, is in the hands of 5 emotions. In this bizarre reality, Riley is caught in a crisis of the mind when her core memories are lost and she loses the vital connections to her own personality; it is up to Joy and Sadness to restore her memories while Fear, Anger and Disgust try to hold her mind together. This is a dimension which we call… The Twilight Zo- I mean, Inside Out. Continue reading “Inside Out” Review: The Most Entertaining Therapy Session You’ll Ever Have

Sony Schedules Two “Bad Boys” Sequels

If you caught a glimpse of the movie schedule Sony released yesterday, you’ll no doubt have gotten a shiver or two at what the studio has ins tore for us over the next few years. I could spend this whole post debating whether or not a Jumanji reboot will appease my inner child or seriously tick him off, but instead let’s talk about Bad Boys. Continue reading Sony Schedules Two “Bad Boys” Sequels