Tagged with review

[Review] Cargo (2018) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Cargo (2018) by Bede Jermyn

I think that it’s pretty safe to say that if you ask any major filmmaker working today what was one of the first steps they took to get a career in the film industry, one of them would definitely be making a short film. Whether they made them professionally in film school or made it … Continue reading

[Review] Tomb Raider (2018) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Tomb Raider (2018) by Bede Jermyn

While it’s pretty much common knowledge at this point, it’s definitely no secret at all that films adaptations of video games have struggled translating to the big screen successfully. Sure there have been some really fun exceptions here and there (MORTAL KOMBAT and RESIDENT EVIL are definitely both the first ones that’ll come to most … Continue reading

[Review] Sweet Country (2018) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Sweet Country (2018) by Bede Jermyn

Even though he only has a couple of films under his belt, Indigenous filmmaker Warwick Thornton has been slowly becoming one of Australia’s most internationally acclaimed auteurs. After building his career making a few short films and working primary as a in-demand cinematographer, Thornton made the jump to the feature films and made his directing … Continue reading

[Comic Review] After The Snow #1

[Comic Review] After The Snow #1

After The Snow Issue #1 Writer: Dale Maccanti Arists: Trevor Wood Colourist: Anthonie Wilson Review: Have you ever wondered what comes after the ‘Happily Ever After’ in fairy tales? Does such a thing even exist? Perhaps it does in certain ways, however after the ‘happy ending’ we don’t know what happens really to the heroines … Continue reading

[Review] It (2017) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] It (2017) by Bede Jermyn

I don’t know about anyone else but I think that it’s pretty safe to say that if you ask anyone who they think is one of the greatest horror writers of all time, it would be an absolute guarantee that Stephen King would be one of the first names mentioned. Ever since his debut novel … Continue reading