‘Lights Out’ Review

Based on his short film of the same name (which you can find on Youtube), David F. Sandberg has crafted a taut and terrifying horror that is sure to be one of the best of the year (or even in recent times). The film follows Rebecca (Teresa Palmer) as she tries to help her mother…

‘Jason Bourne’ Review

Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass return to Bourne in an attempt to revive the franchise post-The Bourne Legacy. Their efforts are somewhat successful in bringing the series back to its roots, but it is this that is also arguably the film’s biggest downfall. The film’s plot is essentially to bring Bourne back into the spy world,…

‘Nerve’ Review

This film following players of an online dare game may be a rather obvious commentary on this social media age in which people will go to great (and dangerous) lengths to become insta-famous, but it is still fairly enjoyable, even with its complete lack of subtlety. The first acts of the film feel familiar, not…

‘Suicide Squad’ Review

Arguably one of the most anticipated films of the summer has landed with a bit of a critical thud but a box office explosion. David Ayer’s team up of DC’s super-villains is likely to draw interest from many angles and the many fans of the different characters that make up the squad. The relentless marketing campaign…

‘Finding Dory’ Review

13 years we waited and now, finally, the world can be reunited with its favourite animated fish. Pixar has once again proven itself trustworthy in being able to care for and service beloved characters in a worthwhile sequel that doesn’t drag down the original. Finding Dory is set a mere year after the events of…