Review | Joker (2019)

Review | Joker (2019)

After Romero, Nicholson, Ledger and Leto, Can Joaquin Phoenix bring anything new to the Joker story? Joker. This was a film that I was honestly not expecting to be any good at all. But first, let us turn back the clock [...]

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Blu-ray Review | Weird Science

Blu-ray Review | Weird Science

"Making a girl. Actually making a girl. Like Frankenstein... except cuter." It’s a cliché, but Weird Science is a film of its time, 1985 to be exact. Directed by John Hughes who helmed previous classics such as Sixteen Candles and The [...]

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Review | Hellboy (2019)

Review | Hellboy (2019)

After two successful Hellboy film adaptations, can this reboot bring something fresh to the table? When I first saw an image of Ron Pearlman as Hellboy, possibly in the first trailer for the original 2004 film directed by Guillermo Del Toro, [...]

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Review | Brightburn (2019)

Review | Brightburn (2019)

What if Superman was evil? This is Brightburn. Brightburn is a film that doesn’t seem to have caused a big impact at the box office and I think that’s a shame. This low budget film, a reported $7 million, sci-fi/horror tale [...]

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Review | Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

Review | Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

'Detective Pikachu' may be a little predictable, but it offers a fantastic family movie experience packed with your favourite Pokémon. A quick disclaimer. My understanding of Pokémon is mostly garnered from the phenomenon that is Niantic Labs' augmented reality game Pokémon [...]

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Upgrade | Review

Upgrade | Review

A quadriplegic is offered the chance to walk again via a bionic chip implant. However, the chip holds surprises. Having watched the two trailers earlier this year for the Australian science fiction film Upgrade, my interest was piqued, and I eagerly [...]

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