by Sarah Cook When Rian Johnson’s Knives Out came out in 2019, it revitalised the Whodunnit genre and switched up the game. Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc was instantly lifted into the annals of great literary detectives; his southern drawl placed with alums such as Jessica Fletcher, Poirot, and Sherlock Holmes. As with anything successful, Knives Out instantly produced a sequel – the hilariously named Glass … Continue reading Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – BFI London Film Festival Review
Bushwick feels like it’s trying to be a curious combination of The Purge: Anarchy and Red Dawn, with a healthy dollop of the American Civil War 2.0 thrown in for good measure as the film follows Lucy, (Brittany Snow) a 20 year old student who has returned to her home neighbourhood of Bushwick with her boyfriend, only to discover masked men shooting everyone in sight … Continue reading Bushwick – Review
Sometimes, it feels like it’s getting harder and harder to come up with a plot involving an invasion of a country without the distinct possibility of it becoming a frightening reality a few years down the line. Such is the case for the upcoming film Bushwick. Which looks to be Red Dawn if the invaders were American and the resistance fighters were a former wrestler … Continue reading Bushwick – Brand New Trailer!
Hold on to your hearts, beloved Harry Potter fans, Marauders is not the film you wish it to be. Could we hope for an origin story about Harry Potter’s beloved Dad, godparent, pseudo-uncle, and ultimate betrayer at Hogwarts coming up with all sorts of hijinks. Instead it’s a movie with Bruce Willis, Christopher Meloni, and Dave Bautista, in a romping crime thriller. Marauders revolves around … Continue reading Marauders – Brand New Trailer!