Ewan Gleadow

Review: The Dead Don’t Die

Review: The Dead Don’t Die

  I’m surprised The Dead Don’t Die is as annoyingly bad as it is. Such a talented cast and engaging director in the form of Jim Jarmusch try feverishly hard to bring us something worth our while, yet fail in surprising fashion. Maybe the broad variety of cast members, paired with a visual design that doesn’t really scream […]

 Daniela Ralu Nastase

Preview: Hail, Caesar!

Some of Hollywood most beloved actors are back starring in Hail, Caesar! George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum,  Jonah Hill and Ralph Fiennes – to name a few. The first trailer released by Universal Pictures shows fragments of the struggles of making a successful movie. It can be compared to Deadpool as it is not filmed from the typical Hollywood […]

 Benjamin Smith

Review: The Zero Theorem – Fleetingly Brilliant, But Only Fleetingly

Review: The Zero Theorem – Fleetingly Brilliant, But Only Fleetingly

A plethora of dystopian films have emerged in recent years, Never Let Me Go, The Hunger Games and The Purge to name but a few, and here former-Python Terry Gilliam offers his take. It is familiar ground for Gilliam, who also made Brazil and Twelve Monkeys, but this is nowhere as effective as his previous […]

 Darren Hyland

Wes Anderson Assembles An All-Star Cast For A Grand New Movie

Wes Anderson Assembles An All-Star Cast For A Grand New Movie

Possibly the largest collection of stars ever assembled on camera come together under director Wes Anderson for The Grand Budapest Hotel. A story of a hotel concierge in an alternate 1920’s Europe who becomes embroiled in accusations of murder and theft. The story follows the aforementioned concierge Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes), who is bequeathed a painting […]