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Top 10 Best Films Of 2016

Electroshadow leaves behind the year that was with this look at its cinematic highlights. What were the films that dazzled, thrilled and delighted us?…

Blade Runner 2049 Teaser Trailer

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford star in this sequel to the classic sci-fi, set 30 years later in a world even more complex and dangerous…

Blade Runner 2 Director Says Sequel Won’t Live Up To Original

French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve is fast becoming one of my favourite filmmaker working today. From “Incendies” to “Prisoners”, to “Sicario”, he’s proven himself a formidable talent. And as weird as “Enemy” was, I thought that was compelling as hell. His latest film “Arrival” is garnering rave reviews too, and I can’t wait to see that.Continue Reading

Arrival Trailer

Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner star in this sci-fi thriller about the arrival of giant alien ships and humanity’s attempt to find out what they want…

Sicario Sequel Gets A New Director & Title

“Sicario” was one of the best films of 2015, and that was largely thanks to the superb directing by Denis Villeneuve. The writing, acting and score were also excellent of course, but it’s really the French-Canadian filmmaker’s vision that made it such an indelible experience. Early this year, it was announced that the film wouldContinue Reading

Top 10 Best Films Of 2015

We weigh in on the past year’s most outstanding examples of Cinema. Some are mainstream favourites, others are arthouse darlings, all are brilliant…

September Movie Roundup

This month we review an incredibly mixed bag of movies! “Everest”, “The Green Inferno”, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” and “Sicario”!…

Drug War Thriller Sicario Getting A Sequel

Wow, talk about a quick decision. “Sicario” was just released here last week and opens in the US on Friday, but it’s already convinced the powers that be that it’s worthy of a follow-up. Playing in very limited release in the States, the drug war thriller recorded the highest per-screen average (US$66,881 per screen) ofContinue Reading