In my previous Film Roundup articles (2015 and 2016) I’ve lamented the state of the box office. Every year spin-offs, prequels, sequels, reboots, and tired superhero flicks dominate the list of most profitable films. In an attempt to provide some alternatives to those usual suspects, I’ve collated
It is award season, and that means there are hundreds of “Best Films of 2016” lists smeared across the internet. Despite the saturation – I’ll throw my two cents into the mix. I’d like to do something different to try and spice up the listicle format.
The Witch Written and Directed by: Robert Eggers Set in 1630 New England, The Witch follows a religious family of six as they leave the safety of their community plantation to strike out on their own and settle at the edge
Film records were shattered in 2015. Well, financially speaking anyway. Several films that came out last year are in the top ten highest grossing films of all time. They include: Star Wars: The Force Awakens – currently the 3rd highest grossing film of all time, and
Immersion in video games has become a big talking point among fans and critics lately. Having recently completed the excellent Metro 2033 series (I know, a little late on that) I thought I would share my thoughts on some recent trends. In particular – button