It’s every fan of the MCU’s worst nightmare – Sony and Disney-Marvel have split and now Spider-Man has to go live with mummy-Sony. This has led to a lot of wild and worried speculating across the internet, so rather than stick our oar into already
After a lengthy introduction about the pumping of jam and the lack of any noteworthy news relating to Game of Thrones, we kick things off with the lesser-known Tory leadership contest involving the books the contenders have written, after which we find out that people
I don’t understand the 1980s. Sure, the 1980s and horror where very good to one another, many a classic and new voice climbed out of that decade. However, the films of that decade didn’t stylise themselves with kitschness in mind, that’s merely the way that
Over the years, low budget movies have changed exponentially. In 2019, independent film makers are getting an awful lot more bang for their buck. Look at 1970s low budget film, for example, as excellent as those genre films could be, some elements of their production
The press release that accompanied this indie sci-fi film heralds it as the best since Moon (Duncan Jones, 2009). That film, a decade ago, reminded us exactly what sci-fi is all about. Taking a human circumstance, and imagining what toll the future takes upon it.
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
Television has been around since the early 20th century, with some accounts of transmission of images dating as far back as 1843. In that time the medium of TV has evolved and changed immensely; screens have got bigger, images have got clearer and shows have