As the standard bearer for CBS All Access I’m at best ambivalent about Star Trek: Discovery. I think–from what I can deduce from the trailers–that it looks absolutely gorgeous and cinematic. That being said, subscribing to another streaming channel just to watch it seems a bit…excessive. It doesn’t help that CBS is going through all […]
For me the sign of really transcendent fiction–be it a movie, novel or whatever–is when it can not only weather different interpretations, but thrive as a result of them. Which is exactly how I feel about Netflix’s The Haunting Of Hill House. I have already done a review which covered how impressed I was by […]
Trust me, this movie has ‘sleeper’ written all over it. A thriller in the vein of V and Colony Captive State revolves around an alien invasion of the country (world?) where some humans are cooperating while others act as a rag-tag resistance. Have we seen this scenario before? Sure, but not recently and with movies […]
I don’t know how someone smuggled a camera into 10 Downing Street, but this is bloody brilliant no matter what you think about Brexit.
When Raleigh Beckett said in 2013’s Pacific Rim that ‘…in order to fight monsters we had to create monsters of our own,’ he wasn’t talking about the current streaming environment but he might as well have been because when Disney launches Disney+–their competing, terribly-named streaming service–they intend to pull all their content from Netflix. Which […]
Recently Paramount released a motion poster for their upcoming Sonic The Hedgehog movie, and it looks…interesting, to put it charitably (and I don’t mean in a good way). The biggest problem seems like the producers may be aiming for a more realistic interpretation of the over-caffeinated Erinaceomorpha (in other words, not a rodent). Though more […]
The latest trailer for Warner Bros/Legendary’s Godzilla: King Of The Monsters dropped about an hour ago, and here’s to hoping that it shows a bit more Godzilla than the 2014 movie, where the monster felt like a guest star in it’s own movie.