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Will Keanu Reeves return as John Constantine

In 2005 Hollywood action superstar Keanu Reeves brought to life the iconic sorcerer and occultist John Constantine, in a brand new life and vision of the famed magician/con man in Francis Lawrence’s impressive summer blockbuster. While Reeves’ Constantine did divert from the original source material he played the role with a commitment to the original […]

Guillermo del Toro is determined to make ‘At the Mountains of Madness’

Every filmmaker has a dream project. A film that they have a burning desire to bring to the big screen. For Academy Award winner Guillermo del Toro that film is undoubtedly At the Mountains of Madness, a legendary horror story from weird horror maestro H.P. Lovecraft, which the filmmaker as long wanted to see brought […]

‘Perry Mason’ – ‘Chapter Two’ – Review

“Who tells the truth anymore”, said with a sarcastic wit by John Lithgow’s E.B. Jonathan, the resident employer of our down on his luck private investigator Perry Mason (Matthew Rhys), and whose words have a big effect on Mason in this second episode of what is becoming a very intense and gripping piece of television. […]

David Ayer brings the intensity with ‘The Tax Collector’

Visually gifted storyteller David Ayer is returning to his home turf with of South Central Los Angeles with a gritty new drama in The Tax Collector, and this one is gonna give you a rush when the bullets start to spray courtesy of a chilling performance from Shia LeBouf. Watch the ruthless new trailer below: […]

‘Trolls World Tour’ – Review

It’s been some time since we last ventured out to the movies and enjoyed the big-screen spectacle that only the cinema can give moviegoers. Dedicated film fans have been waiting with eager anticipation for the chance to venture back to the big screen and there’s no better movie to welcome us back than Trolls World […]

‘Radioactive’ – Giveaway

We’ve now reached Level 1 and we couldn’t be more excited that cinemas are now beginning to open up again. Film fans can finally get back in front of the big screen to watch movies again and that’s cause for considerable excitement. One film that Kiwi audiences have to check out is Radioactive, a stunning […]

‘The Wretched’ – Review

If you have a thing for horror films that will make your skin crawl and fill your soul with dread, then The Wretched will make for a very chilling watch that will be sure to inspire many jumps scares in its audience. A defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parents’ imminent divorce, faces off with […]

‘Dead Still’ – ‘Photochemistry’ – Review

Searching out unique television experiences that are truly unique can be a rare find indeed, not so with Dead Still, an outrageously original Irish six-part miniseries which introduces the audience to a by-gone historical art, and mixes in a good dose of black comedy, and scary thrills for an experience that will certainly hook viewers […]

‘Love Sarah’ – Review

In the difficult times that we are now all living in the escapism of the movies can be a very welcoming thing. More so if that film is a beautiful feel-good story of love, hope and triumph over adversity. And that’s exactly what audiences get with Love Sarah, a picturesque little film that makes for […]

‘Perry Mason’ – ‘Chapter 1’ – Review

Remakes of classic television can either be hit or miss, mostly with the emphasis on the miss, but not so with Perry Mason. Regarded as one of the all-time great television series, which invented the entire genre of the legal procedural show, with dozens of shows from L.A. Law to SUV: Special Victims Unit to […]