The seventh STAR WARS film is a welcome return to form, as well as an amusing return to the plot of the original film.
In this feature piece Chris Neill looks at the original film in each of the three major slasher franchises to come out of the late ’70s/early ’80s and compares them to their modern Hollywood reboots.
Marvel’s latest is a touch hit-and-miss, though it’s a somewhat refreshing change of pace amongst the sprawling cinematic universe they have created.
In this week’s You Have To See… we look at John Carpenter’s magnificent and maligned meta-horror IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS, one of the only good films to come out of his less-than-stellar run of features from the ’90s.
Superhero films have been flooding into cinemas over the last decade, many of which come across as poorly disguised facsimiles of one another. Without significant change, and a better appreciation of their source material, these comic book adaptations will continue to disappoint for another decade to come.
Over the weekend the latest teaser for the Batman v Superman DC extravaganza was unveiled, and it’s a pretty huge disappointment.