The loss of identity and privacy are truly scary concepts and horror films are finally taking a hold of it, reflecting our real fears. Unfortunately for Wounds, Armie Hammer getting spooked by a lost phone isn’t one. Will (Armie Hammer), is a barman at a New Orleans pub called Rosie’s.Continue Reading

Adaptations of Stephen King stories are all the rage in the world of horror nowadays. Just in the past three years, we’ve seen nine King adaptations, four in this year alone (Pet Sematary, Doctor Sleep, It: Chapter Two and In the Tall Grass). The latter one is the newest NetflixContinue Reading

Luce (2019), begins with the title character giving a speech to his school about how his parents have provided him with everything he needs to find success in his life and high-school career. He looks at his parents with clear love and admiration.  The film tells the story of aContinue Reading

“Maybe I love you the way they said I love you!” Martha Dobie, played by Shirley MacLaine, exclaims at the climax of The Children’s Hour. Released in 1961 and based on a 1934 play of the same name, The Children’s Hour follows Martha Dobie and Karen Wright (Audrey Hepburn) asContinue Reading

Celine Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire is a ghost story. Not of the classic variety, where the ghost is haunting and out for vengeance: rather, it’s the ghosts among us, the fading threads of memory that last long after the moment is over. It’s about the passage ofContinue Reading

Woody Allen’s latest is a great example of how sometimes, it’s really hard to separate the art from the artist. The only one who’s seemingly not aware of this is the film itself; confidently going through the formula that makes all of Allen’s films feel just a bit too similar. Continue Reading

Rambo (2008)

As the final chapter of the Rambo series arrives in cinemas, we take a look back at the original trilogy as well as the recent stand-alone film. This is Rambo, the only film in the franchise also directed by Sylvester Stallone. Burma is hell on earth for the past sixContinue Reading

As the final chapter of the Rambo series arrives in cinemas, we take a look back at the original trilogy as well as the recent stand-alone film. This is Rambo III, the most expensive film ever made at that time. Vietnam is over and John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) settled down,Continue Reading