Review – Godzilla vs. Kong

I keep wondering what a lucrative business it must be to own a construction company in Warner Bros. cinematic Monsterverse. Construction or undertaking of course. City after city is leveled by giant mythical beings, stomping on everything and everyone. That’s a lot of bricks, mortar and funerals. But I digress. Godzilla is back and this …

Review – ‘Monster Hunter’

I honestly can’t remember a time when Milla Jovovich wasn’t fighting some kind of evil (Resident or otherwise). She’s back at it again in ‘Monster Hunter’, her husbands latest foray into instantly forgettable sci-fi. When Lieutenant Artemis (Jovovich) and her crew of Rangers run into a freak storm, they’re transported to a parallel desert world …

TIFF20 Review – ‘Trickster’ Episodes 1-2

Everybody knows TIFF is the place to be for groundbreaking new content. This year they gave Michelle Latimer the chance to present two projects she’s worked on. The first one, ‘Inconvenient Indian’ – a documentary that explores the cultural colonization of Indigenous peoples in North America – was previously reviewed by us (review can be …

TIFF20 Review – ‘Shadow In The Cloud’

The first half of Roseanne Liang’s first feature in almost a decade, plays like an atypical World War II movie with a serious The Twilight Zone-vibe. WAAF officer Maude Garrett (Chloë Grace Moretz – ‘Greta’) gets assigned to a dodgy B-17 Flying Fortress carrying the name “The Fool’s Errand”, where she is custodian of a …

Review – Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

“Stories hurt, stories heal.” – Stella Nicholls Zoe Margaret Colletti and Michael Garza in ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is based on the children’s book series of the same name by Alvin Schwartz. I never grew up reading these books, or even had I heard of …