A review of Midsommar, the new movie from Hereditary director Ari Aster starring Florence Pugh and Will Poulter.
Another Take is going on an indefinite hiatus, but never fear because this last episode is a cracker. David and Lisa talk about the stunning Elton John biopic Rocketman, their favourite […]
While Avengers: Endgame continued to dominate, how did new releases fare during the month of May? Welcome to Winners and Losers: a feature where we look back at the past month to determine […]
April was a month of comic book adaptations, with one inevitably ruling them all. Welcome to Winners and Losers: a feature where we look back at the past month to determine […]
This week, Another Take is all about Natalie Portman. David and Lisa talk about Vox Lux and Black Swan, two films linked by the Academy Award winning actress and discuss why some […]
In this episode of Another Take, David and Lisa discuss the Disney Plus announcements, including the terrible-looking Lady and the Tramp remake. The new trailers for Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of […]
March was something of a roller coaster ride for Disney, with the mega studio claiming both the biggest hit and the biggest flop of the month. That’s likely to become […]
In this episode of Another Take, David and Lisa review Jordan Peele’s Us and horror classic Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Thanks for listening!
When someone asks you what your favourite films are, often the mind can go entirely blank. Having been asked this question more times than I can remember, I know that […]
Sporting a bright red jacket and a pair of snazzy trainers, 73-year-old Lloyd Kaufman would make an impression on anyone passing him in the street. But here at the Starburst […]
In the first episode of Another Take, David and Lisa review Captain Marvel and Netflix’s Russian Doll. Thanks for listening!
As both the first female Avenger to lead a solo movie and the savior set to hit “undo” on the events of Infinity War, it’s difficult to overstate just how important Captain […]
It was a harsh month at the North American box office. In total, only two wide releases can be regarded as commercial success stories (and one of those is only […]
The North American box office had a remarkably quiet few days, producing the lowest grossing President’s Day weekend in fifteen years. It wasn’t through lack of trying either, with three […]
Happy Death Day 2U must be given credit for how it meaningfully develops on the premise of its predecessor. Many slasher sequels settle for being an inferior rehash of the events […]