Altered Carbon : Resleeved falters right from the Start Altered Carbon’s inaugural season drew viewers in by successfully exploring the pitfalls and trappings of a world where humanity and technology are so incestuously entwined. Its storytelling was at its best when showcasing the injustices against the ordinary folk carried out by the rich and corrupt. … Read more
Shudder Members Make Claustrophoic Film A Runaway Hit! Covid-19 has claimed numerous creative fatalities but when the world is on shutdown it gives room for Streaming services like Shudder to divide and conquer. The Shudder original movie The Room has become a runaway hit since it debuted on March 12, easily claiming the top spot … Read more
Re•displacement is an intriguing short that gives a new take on the idea of memory and trauma. Insanely well shot with some inventive visuals and great performances, it’s the kind of short that makes you sit up and pay attention to the people who made it because you can tell that the day someone throws them a movie budget that there’s going to be something magic going on.
Quentin Tarantino Rumored for Next Star Trek With Once Upon a Time in Hollywood about to be released, Quentin Tarantino has made nine films [including both Kill Bills as one]. Tarantino, despite having done a small number of films since 1992’s Reservoir Dogs, is renowned the world over for his work due to the stylish … Read more
ANNIHILATION – Sinks when it Should Swim Annihilation has been received well on Netflix in Australia and I seem to be one of the few reviewers who doesn’t understand why. This self proclaimed intellectual sci-fi tale, based on the book of the same name, weaves an interesting take on macro and micro evolution. Intellectual is … Read more