T2 Trainspotting Review

Trainspotting caught lightning in a bottle. It was very much a product of the ’90s, a snapshot of an alternative, and grittier side of British youth subculture. An effortlessly cool, anarchic classic that resonated with its audience (myself included), and that directly tackled the issues it spoke of with a brutal level of honesty.

Split Review

Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy) might be looked upon by her teenage peers as a black sheep, but she’s got nothing on the man that she and her unwilling friends are about to be abducted by; James McAvoy’s Kevin Wendell Crumb, aka Dennis, aka Patricia, aka Hedwig…etc. Kevin suffers from dissociative identity disorder, a condition that splits his personality into twenty-three completely separate…

Silence Review

If you were to ask me if I like Silence, then the simple answer would be “yes”. But to give such a simple answer seems like a disservice to what is a complicated film.

Assassin’s Creed Mini Review

“You’re about to enter the Animus. What you’re about to see, hear and feel are the memories of your ancestor, who has been dead for five hundred years.”

Assault On Precinct 13 (1976) Review

Legendary writer, composer and director John Carpenter’s sophomore feature Assault On Precinct 13 might show its age stylistically, but narratively it more than holds up….for the most part. Some of it is very much of its time, but when that time is the 1970s, that’s hardly a bad thing at all.

Passengers Review

Earth of the future has become overcrowded. For the lucky few, the passengers of the title, there is an alternative: Homestead II, a newly inhabited, lusciously spacious planet. Which is where Jim (Chris Pratt) and Aurora (Jennifer Lawrence) are headed, hurtling through space in hibernation on a 120 year journey aboard the Avalon.