• Day Shift

    Day Shift


    Snoop being Snoop, and honestly, the best thing I could have asked for. Pretty slick film, the runtime went smoothly!

  • Nope



    Can we just take a moment to say how good of a year this is for films. Banger after banger, and Nope fits right into that ballpark. 

    It is unfortunate that Peele gets quite a bit of hate with his films, and while both Get Out and Us have similar themes what is always present is the mystery that lies within. Nope does that perfectly. We again have a small cast but huge questions circulating the town on what is…

  • Xanadu



    Rest In Peace Queen.

  • Till We Meet Again

    Till We Meet Again


    This is quite an oddball to me. What I loved was the slice of life/romance segments. They were colourful and the humour worked well when those scenes came on. What I didn’t like were the supernatural segments, now don’t get me wrong they had some great special effects and looked visually cool but I honestly just didn’t care for it. Yes, it connected to the story but it was always in the background. The slice of life/romance was always the…

  • They/Them



    Extremely good

  • Prey



    If Far Cry Primal had a DLC.

  • Resurrection



    Slowburn horrors is what I fucking like to see. Rebecca Hall once again shows the world that she’s the most badass actress in Hollywood. Some extremely creepy vibes with a twisted story that escalates to a what the fuck did I just watch ending is what I needed for my Saturday afternoon watch.

  • Bullet Train

    Bullet Train


    Leitch’s newest instalment Bullet Train is an absolute thrill of a ride. From start to end, there is nothing but insane action, great casting, hilarious comedy and really fucking good storytelling. Went into this completely blind and fuck dude, it paid off really well. I look forward to purchasing this bad boy when it comes out

  • Not Okay

    Not Okay


    How deadly can a simple lie be? 

    Not Okay doesn’t feel like it belongs in 2022, it has heavy vibes of Devil wears Prada but at the same time keeping a relation to this generation’s technology and wordplay. Zoey Deutch absolutely kills this role, sure she’s not a big mainstream actress but with the right script and character anyone can hit a bullseye. Her charisma and personality is great and hits all the right bells, made it feel really believable.…

  • The Gray Man

    The Gray Man


    Ryan Gosling plays as a cardboard cutout of himself for 2hrs. 

    A Netflix Original Film.

  • We're All Going to the World's Fair

    We're All Going to the World's Fair


    Loved the dance montage. 

    Y’all remember The Blue Whale Challenge? Well, to sum it up it was an online game where it set several tasks for you to do, 50 in total. First there were harmless tasks, such as waking up in the middle of the night to watch a scary film but as each task went by it became more vicious until the last task which is suicide. It was a viral phenomenon. I fortunately enough heard the tail…

  • Native Son

    Native Son


    Sean Harris's dong