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Wolf Children

(Check out my previous Mamoru Hosoda film review: Summer Wars)

After the release of Summer Wars in 2009, Hosoda’s career as an anime feature auteur was well established on both critical and commercial ends. 1.291 more words


...play to your strengths

Sequels can be a sore subject amongst film fans. All too often they fail to live up to the original and in some cases undo some of the greatness that once was, but every now and then a sequel comes along that reminds why we keep trying and what great episodic storytelling can do. 492 more words


Days of Darkness (2007)

Days of Darkness



Director – Jake Kennedy

Writer – Jake Kennedy and Joe Gaynor

Runtime – 85 minutes

Revolver Entertainment

This movie starts out much like a hybrid of Undead (great genre flick from Down Under) and the one that most believe started it all – Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (although it started many years before with films depicting Haitian rituals including drugs that spawned mindless ‘slaves’). 827 more words


Episode 116: Ocean's 8 and Sandra Bullock

Vince and Phil wait for Sandra Bullock to show up and talk about Ocean’s 8.

Click here to listen to or download Episode 116.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

Fallen Kingdom explores the theme of weaponising dinosaurs and treating them as commodities, stripping away the franchises’ original pull of people falling prey to prehistoric predators. 849 more words


Digimon Films: Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon

(Catch my previous Digimon film review here: Tamers: Battle of Adventurers)

The second and, thus far, final Digimon Tamers film was released on March 2nd, 2002, in between the TV release schedule for episodes 46 and 47 of the anime. 1.276 more words


The Undefeated

(Catch my previous Western film review here: Broken Arrow)

This Western film is a pretty late one as far as classical Westerns go. By this point in the development of the genre, 1969, the American New Wave had emerged to momentarily put American Cinema back in the hands of auteurs and innovators rather than in Hollywood stalwarts. 997 more words