Deadpool 2 (2018)

Deadpool 2 (2018) He’s not coming alone. Those that found Deadpool’s ‘takeover’ a bit too much last time around probably won’t appreciate the bigger, badder and ‘harder’ antics of Deadpool 2. And the… Continue reading

Dagashi Kashi (2016)

Dagashi Kashi (2016) Episode 01- 12 Taste her world. I’ve heard of the term candyholic before, but I ain’t never seen anyone quite as fanatical about ‘sweet stuff’ as Hotaru Shidare, the busty,… Continue reading

Life of the Party (2018)

Life of the Party (2018) Old School Meets New Life The third collaboration between Melissa McCarthy and her writer-director husband Ben Falcone, Life of the Party is probably the pair’s best effort to… Continue reading

Breath (2017)

Breath (2017) Based on Tim Winton’s award-winning 2008 coming-of-age novel of the same name, Breath would have probably worked better as a short segment in 2013’s excellent anthology Tim Winton’s The Turning rather… Continue reading

Unsane (2018)

Unsane (2018) Is she or isn’t she? Shot entirely on an iPhone 7 Plus, director Steven Soderbergh’s second post-retirement film, Unsane, continues to demonstrate the ever-expanding possibilities of smartphone cinema. With its grainy,… Continue reading

I Feel Pretty (2018)

I Feel Pretty (2018) Change everything Without changing anything Some people are impossible to please. It was only three years ago that Amy Schumer ruffled feathers by casting herself as the love interest… Continue reading

Fairy Tail Zerø (2016)

Fairy Tail Zerø (2016) Episodes 266 – 277 Her Magic Spells Hope A prequel to Hiro Mashima’s beloved Fairy Tail anime/ manga, Fairy Tail Zerø depicts the events leading up to the formation… Continue reading

Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Where will you be, when it all ends? SPOILER ALERT: We know that #ThanosDemandsYourSlience, so if you want a completely spoiler-free experience going into Avengers: Infinity War, we suggest… Continue reading

Truth or Dare (2018)

Truth or Dare (2018) The Truth Will Set Them Free. Based on the adolescent party game Truth or Dare, Blumhouse’s latest is probably their weakest outing to date. If you’ve never heard of… Continue reading

Love, Simon (2018)

Love, Simon (2018) He’s done keeping his story straight. If you’ve ever ventured into the landscape of queer cinema, you’ll be familiar with its crushing themes of self-hatred, i.e. Head On (1998), suppression,… Continue reading