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Trailer Fodder #26: Justice League

Avengers Assemble… oh wait… The year is not over yet. We have slightly more than two months left – so naturally, there are still a few huge films on the horizon. Like Thor: Ragnarok. Or Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Oh, and this small movie featuring the world’s biggest heroes… […]

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Review: Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams

You may have missed these depictions of Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams on Channel 4 (and now on Amazon Prime) despite the stellar cast, including the likes of Holliday Grainger, Ralf Spall and Bryan Cranston, and despite Philip K Dick being a bit of name at the moment with the […]

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Trailer Fodder #25: The Babysitter

The trailer starts off pretty clear in establishing the tone of the film: American suburbia, parents away, an adolescent boy being looked after by a hot girl several years older than him. Anyone else smell a predictable rat? Well the enlightening cheese in this terrible metaphor comes in the form […]

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Trailer Fodder #24: Pacific Rim 2 Uprising

2013’s Pacific Rim by Guillermo del Toro is one of these movies that many consider “guilty pleasure”. Yeah, it is not really Oscar-material but there is no denying that watching giant robots punch giant alien monsters was quite entertaining – especially because of the visuals, the cinematography and the music. […]

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

35 years in the making, Blade Runner 2049 is sheer spectacle. A visual and thematic masterpiece from beginning to end, the film does its predecessor justice by not only exploring the existential themes it first raised, but by further expanding upon them. Aside from a brief fading scrawl, much of […]

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Review: The Tick

Sick of Marvel? Sick of Superheroes in general? Pretend you are and yet are still wholly and totally in love with concept despite yourself? Well, either way, ‘The Tick’ is for you. With the whole series currently available on, and included with, Amazon Prime, there is currently no better way […]

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In Defence of Award Shows

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards aired on Sunday, giving people plenty to talk about- the four awards for best show were given to female-led shows, Donald Glover and Lena Waithe made history as being  the first people of colour to win for comedy directing and writing respectfully, and for some […]

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Trailer Fodder #22: The Disaster Artist

I’m not ashamed to admit how excited I was for this film even before the trailer was released. I’ve read ‘The Disaster Artist’ about three times and it is probably one of my favourite books of recent years. The trailer has only confirmed how awesome this film is going to […]

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