• Fear



    Mark Sleazberg

  • Cowboy Bebop: The Lost Session

    Cowboy Bebop: The Lost Session


    This is a review for the series not the short: Visually striking & entertaining but there's just something that doesn't sit with me. The charm of the original just isn't there.

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife


    I can understand why some may hate on this film but I truly think they capture the charm and nostalgia of the originals perfectly. New lore was added for gozer and the terror dogs & a nice addition & end to Egons story with a spectacular Harold Ramis CG model! Had a blast.

  • Red Notice

    Red Notice


    Sorry Gal but Anya has already beaten you to a rendition of "Downtown" this year & there's really no competition 🤷‍♂️

  • Urban Legend

    Urban Legend


    I'd let any 90s sassy black lady sit on my face. What a true icon. Gimme some sugar baby?

  • Eternals



    I really hoped everyone was wrong about this movie but fuck me, this was painfully boring and too long for its own good. I can't say it was bad but trying to handle so many characters & make me like any of them is a difficult task so just don't do it. I didn't care about anything except that banging after credits. Worth it for that alone I suppose.

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch


    As usual Anderson delivers mesmerising visuals, symmetry and colour that is undeniably some of the best in filmmaking. But the intelligent humour sometimes come across as pretentious & left me baffled to if it was intentional or not. Certainly not my favourite of his films but it still holds that recognisable charm that you just can't replicate anywhere else.

  • My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission

    My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission


    Here's a quick summary. A bunch of mandalorians get ahold of the lizard formula from amazing spiderman to get rid of everyone's quirks which ultimately leads to a finale sequence as long as a final arch of DBZ.

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    I've seen quite a lot of negative reviews on here but I honestly don't understand it? This movie was stunning, the visual mirror effects and the colour palette were edited masterfully. The story had its predictable moments but it was still thrilling watch.

  • Army of Thieves

    Army of Thieves


    So they made a shit prequel of a shit movie before thus shit movie had even come out, in the hopes that the shit movie wouldn't be a shit movie so the fans would (for some reason) ask for a original story of a shit character who dies anyway. My only question is why were they so confident that anyone would care about the first movie? Let alone care enough about this character to give him a bland solo movie that adds nothing to the overarching story. I am genuinely so confused.

  • The Night House

    The Night House


    Incredibly built atmosphere, imagery & camera trickery. But unfortunately that's about it.

  • Dune



    Stunning cinematography & a perfect soundtrack is enough to satisfy me. Booming.