Ewan Gleadow

Review: El Camino

Review: El Camino

I would argue that Breaking Bad is some of the greatest television we shall ever see past, present or future. Many would agree with me and argue that the television show, for the most part, is an ingenious display of Vince Gilligan’s adversity in the face of pressure to bring a new show that not many people […]

 Ryan Young

Review: Isle of Dogs

Review: Isle of Dogs

In a dystopian Japanese town, dogs have become the political enemy. The scourge of Megasaki City and a threat to all they encounter through overpopulation and disease. Yet, Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs is loving, heartfelt and hauntingly beautiful. If you’re familiar with Wes Anderson’s work, you’ll know it when you see it and Isle […]

 Angus Saul

Review: Godzilla – It Isn't Perfect, But The World's Most Famous Monster's Back With A Bang

Review: Godzilla – It Isn't Perfect, But The World's Most Famous Monster's Back With A Bang

1954, Bikini, Marshall Islands. The US military drops a hydrogen bomb for “test purposes”. Or was it? Could it have been dropped on a massive sea-creature left over from prehistoric times that feeds on radiation? Was there a huge cover-up? Of course there was. What would you expect from this kind of film? The new […]