Review – The Visit

The Visit

The Visit, directed by M. Night Shyamalan is perhaps the funniest unintentional comedy of the year — while the film is a horror at its core, some of the scenes are so ridiculous that it becomes hard not to laugh. Weirdly though this doesn’t stop The Visit from being an enjoyable watch. In fact this is perhaps one of Shyamalan most fun to watch films in quite some time even with it being a found footage type film. Read more


Review – Everest


‘Everest’, directed by Baltasar Kormákur is a visually engrossing film, filled with stunning vistas and some unbelievably realistic looking mountain top scenes. The film his hurt a little by its crowded – underdeveloped cast, but brings a lot of what it offers together into something unforgettable in the end. Read more

Review – It Follows

It Follows

It Follows, written and directed by David Robert Mitchell is a unrelentingly purposeful film. An easy enough to follow (no pun intended) concept is immediately delivered to you and from that moment on you are with this film. Not once do you want to look away or miss something because this film makes sure everything you are seeing, is crucial to the world within the film. Read more

Review – Legend


Legend, written and directed by Brian Helgeland is a gleefully callous film that jumps so sporadically from one tone to another, that soon the films loses its footing and its own sense, and in the end becomes a difficult to keep up with experience that certainly begins to over stay its welcome. Read more