Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Quick Flicks (October) – Tesla / Make Up / I See You / Odd Thomas / Utøya: July 22 / Afterschool

October 2020 Looking for something to watch tonight? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our monthly pick of great movies old and new, without the long review. Instead, these quick recommendations offer a summary of our thoughts alongside details of the movies length, certificate and genre. So settle back for this months selection, including, Tesla, Make Up, I See …

The Creative Coalition & Warner Bros. Team up to recreate the 1940s Superman radio show at DC FanDome

Warner Bros. Television and The Creative Coalition are bringing the 1940s Superman Radio Series to life on Saturday, September 12, at DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse, with a cast of today’s biggest stars. Fans from around the world can tune in to this exclusive one-hour event for 24 hours. The Superman Radio Series will be available on-demand, so fans can …

Dune: Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming sci-fi epic sweeps us away with a stunning first trailer

We have been waiting what seems like an eternity for a glimpse of Oscar nominee Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic. And now care of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures’ the Dune trailer has arrived. The big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal bestseller whetting our collective appetites with a stunning first look. A mythic and emotionally charged hero’s journey, “Dune” tells …

Kids Mix (Autumn 2020) ParaNorman / Casper / Alpha / Labyrinth

Every quarter we bring you four top picks for younger viewers. Kids Mix Autumn 2020 features ParaNorman (PG), Alpha (PG), Casper (PG) and Labyrinth (U). ParaNorman (2012) Let me start this review by proclaiming my love for stop motion animation and its ability to pull you into new worlds with divine characters. From Isle of Dogs to My Life As …

She Dies Tomorrow available on BFI Player and Curzon Home Cinema 28th August

From writer and director Amy Seimetz (Stranger Things, Pet Sematary), She Dies Tomorrow is a hallucinatory, neon-soaked nightmare about the end of the world. After waking up convinced that she is going to die tomorrow, Amy’s (Kate Lyn Sheil, You’re Next) carefully mended life begins to unravel. Following a visit from her initially pragmatic friend Jane (Jane Adams, Eternal Sunshine …

Quick Flicks (September) Misbehavior / Jawline / Climax / Happy as Lazzaro / Destroyer / Duplicate / Spud

September 2020 Edition Looking for something to watch tonight? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our monthly pick of great movies old and new, without the long review. Instead, these quick recommendations offer a summary of our thoughts alongside details of the movies length, certificate and genre. So settle back for this months selection, including Misbehaviour, Jawline, Climax, Happy …

DC FanDome now a massive two-part global event

DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes on Saturday 22nd August DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse on Saturday 12th September This just in: DC FanDome — the first-of-its-kind virtual experience for DC superfans globally — became too massive to contain in the four dimensions of only a single day on Earth-Prime! With DC realising that not even The Flash could get through the entire …

Pinocchio – A fantastical and magical return to the Collodi classic

This review is brought to you in partnership with our friends at Vertigo Releasing In 1883 Italian writer Carlo Collodi published The Adventures of Pinocchio; a magical wooden puppet desperate to become a real boy. The rural poverty of Tuscany and emerging industrialisation of Italy sitting at the heart of a story embedded in social change. Since that first publication, …

Peripheral: A gigabyte of ideas fail to upload

Did you know that every writer has their favourite tools in making the magic happen? From those who enjoy the feeling of pen on paper to those who love the clack of a typewriter. Personally, I would feel lost without my Macbook, its very presence linked to my writing comfort and creativity. So, just imagine the trauma if you were torn …