It could be argued that 2017’s IT movie was lightning in a bottle, releasing at a time when the internet’s fascination with scary clowns was at an all-time high, while also capitalising […]
There are two reasonable expectations to have before going into Hobbs and Shaw: it’s going to be loud and it’s going to be dumb. Those aren’t necessarily bad things either, given […]
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 […]
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 […]
Barry Jenkins’ third feature-length directing effort is one-part harrowing crime drama and one-part sugar-coated romance. If those two genres don’t sound like a natural mix, that’s because they’re not. As […]
Despite consistently positive reviews from critics, the Lego Movie franchise has faced a series of diminishing returns since it debuted back in 2014. That trend continued over the weekend as The Lego […]
For all the crap that Netflix churns out on a weekly basis, Velvet Buzzsaw is a triumphant reminder that when the streaming service delivers, it really delivers. Writer-director Dan Gilroy reunites with […]
As is often the case with January, it was a relatively slow month at the North American box office. Long regarded as a dumping ground for movies that studios had […]
A critical review of M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ starring James McAvoy, Samuel L Jackson, Bruce Willis and Saeah Paulson.
The character of Aquaman has been mocked mercilessly over the years for his ability to communicate with fish, so it’s no surprise that within the first fifteen minutes of this […]
As another summer movie season draws to a close, it’s time to look ahead to the imminent arrival of autumn and winter, specifically at the cinematic offerings they have in […]