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March 30, 2020

Ratatouille

The time is 2007, a simpler time period when movies about talking animals were still cool. I mean, one of the most profited movies the year […]
March 30, 2020

The Invisible Man

What is it with Elisabeth Moss and picking roles that so emphatically and without subtlety echo the abusive & controlling nature of Scientology, while still going […]
March 30, 2020

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman opens to the climactic events of 2013’s Man of Steel. Superman (Henry Cavill) in the midst of destroying Metropolis while Bruce Wayne (Ben […]
March 24, 2020

Ghost, dir. Jerry Zucker

Adjacent to Windows 95 and Gameboys, rom-coms were unquestionably the foundation of the 1990’s. The apex of this genre was Ghost. After the abrupt death of […]
March 24, 2020

The Matrix, dir. The Wachowskis

It would be easy to simply write off The Matrix as a forgotten byproduct of Y2K hysteria and anxiety over the vague level of existentialist thought […]
March 24, 2020

The Matrix, dir. The Wachowskis

I hate The Matrix, okay? There, I said it. Go home and cry about it. It’s a boring, poorly acted, weirdly-coloured cardboard cut-out of a movie.  […]
March 8, 2020

Recommendation: Neil Breen Movies

Who’s Neil Breen? Only a god of terrible small budget movies. Since 2005, Breen has been pumping out a factory line of absolutely shocking movies: Fateful […]
March 8, 2020

The Gentlemen

“Play a fucking game with me, Ray” opens Fletcher (Hugh Grant), a slimy, ex-boyfriend-type private investigator trying to blackmail £20 million from Ray (Charlie Hunnam). Reluctantly, […]
March 1, 2020

Horse Girl

Why do horses lend themselves to depression metaphors so well??? In my second piece about depressing horse-related content in this issue, I present to you Horse […]