Isle Of Dogs (2018)

Perhaps more than any other filmmaker right now, or over the last few decades, even if you aren’t fluent in cinema, you can tell when you are watching a Wes Anderson picture. The man’s signature style has become so synonymous with quirk and quality, not just for the curious aesthetic style and whimsical sensibility that…

Power Rangers (2017)

I’ll kick off this review by laying all my cards on the table and confessing my undying love for 1995’s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: The Movie. The film, more so even than the original Mighty Morphin’ era TV show, was the property that received all of the screen time in my personal six year old…

Trumbo (2015)

Generally, I would like to think of myself as somebody who knows a lot about the ins and outs of the early and golden ages of Hollywood. From the studio systems to the big names, I have my fair share of knowledge on the time period, but something of which I have never known very…

TV Corner: Top Ten TV Shows Of All Time

With nothing much in the cinematic universe taking my fancy this week, I figured it would be the perfect opportunity to delve in to TV Corner and share my ten favourite television shows of all time. I will admit that being a cinephile, there are significant and deep holes in my TV experience. I have…

Godzilla (2014)

A little late to the party as usual, but today was the day I finally caught up with Godzilla, Gareth Edwards’ leap in to the big time after garnering widespread acclaim for his small budget science fiction picture Monsters in 2010. Something many critics praised Edwards for in this first feature was his conviction for…