Feature // “Men In Black” 20 Years On

“This little gadget is gonna replace CDs soon, guess I’ll have to buy The White Album again” — MEN IN BLACK CELEBRATED IT’S 20TH BIRTHDAY THIS MONTH. THE SCI-FI CLASSIC RESTED ON A FEW FAULT LINES THAT HAVE SHIFTED IN VARIOUS WAYS. SO HAVE THE TWO DECADES SINCE BEEN KIND TO THE MEN? One of…

Review // The Lost City of Z

UNCHARTED AMAZONIA HOLDS A LOST KINGDOM AND THE FATE OF A BRITISH SOLIDER IN THIS WARTIME ADVENTURE. On an expedition mapping the border between Brazil and Bolivia, soldier Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) finds traces of a great civilisation deep in the jungle, but is ridiculed upon return for his lack of evidence. To prove his critics…

Review // Close Encounters of the Third Kind (4K Remaster)

STEVEN SPIELBERG’S FIRST FORAY INTO SCIENCE FICTION IS NOW 40 YEARS OLD AND WELL DESERVED OF A RE-RELEASE. All across the globe strange things are happening that cannot be explained. In Muncie, Indiana, electrical lineman Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfus) has an late night encounter with a UFO that changes him forever. As the US government…

Feature // Need a Game of Thrones replacement? All roads lead to Rome

Game of Thrones’ potential 2 year hiatus has left many looking for something new to sink their teeth into. While there are lots of great shows on TV right now, fans need look no further than its spiritual predecessor, “Rome”. With a $100m budget from the BBC and HBO for its first season alone, Rome…

Feature // Pulp Fiction

Despite a hugely successful career, if there’s one film that Quentin Tarantino cannot escape, it’s Pulp Fiction. His 1994 opus magnum frequents more “Best Film” lists than the rest of his filmography put together. Over 20 years later, it is still one of the most popular films ever and never ceases to be discussed or…

Review // “The Deuce” Premiere

ACCLAIMED SHOWRUNNER DAVID SIMON DELVES INTO NEW YORK CITY'S 1970's PORN INDUSTRY IN HIS LATEST PROJECT. As creator, writer and executive producer of several of HBO’s greatest shows, David Simon is responsible for some of the best television ever produced. After lauded portrayals of Baltimore and New Orleans he turns to New York in seedy…

Review // Blade Runner 2049

THE DYSTOPIAN STORY CONTINUES AS A LOS ANGELES DETECTIVE UNCOVERS A HUGE SECRET THAT WILL CHANGE THE WORLD. We return to a bleak California where human-like robots called replicants are kept in check by Blade Runners, police who specialise in “retiring” these rogue machines. Blade Runner “K” (Ryan Gosling) is sent on a routine mission…