Horror films take another trip to the woods, this time in Canada courtesy of Adam MacDonald’s Pyewacket. Leah and her mother have recently lost her father, and they move to a house in the middle of a local forest to make a fresh start. Their
We’ve kicked arse, so now it’s time for the second half of our look back at anime in 2017 and the better things that were released during the year. Get ready to take some names because it’s time for the good stuff! Tune in to
2017 is over, and what better way to mark the beginning of a new year in animation than a two-part look back at the previous year. With that in mind, we decided to do something a little bit therapeutic (for us), and get all of
It feels like the amount of Anime is limitless, but you can own some of your favourites on DVD and Blu-Ray. Compiled is a list of upcoming series that you’ll soon be able to add to your collections. Please Note: These are not the final
Lean on Pete is Andrew Haigh’s latest, and also the name of an ageing racehorse; Charley the name of the boy who befriends him while working a summer job for a run-down man named Del (Steve Buscemi) who owns run-down horses piloted by run-down jockeys—
Released on DVD and download by StudioCanal, the history of Terrence Malick’s Song to Song goes back to the summer of 2011, when attendees at Austin, Texas’s famous South by Southwest music festival saw the director filming Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara in the crowds.
Forecasting the year ahead in cinema releases has always been a bit tricky thanks to the disparity between blockbuster releases announced years in advance and smaller films which squeeze in wherever they can. Over recent years, the divide has deepened, with the major studios apparently