Men Review: Alex Garland’s most disturbing film yet

Jessie Buckley faces her trauma head on in gory psychological horror Men Men is the latest film to be written and directed by Alex Garland, Garland previously wrote and directed cerebral sci fi features Ex Machina and Annihilation but he’s no stranger to scares, having also penned 28 Days Later, …

Elvis Review: Prepare to be swept up in Elvis Mania

Austin Butler and Tom Hanks star in Baz Luhrmann’s overwhelming Elvis Presley biopic The man, the myth, the cultural icon; it seems insane that we’ve got to 2022 without a major motion picture about the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley and yet maybe the story was just waiting …

Emergency Review: When College Parties Go Wrong

Emergency is a whip smart social commentary with laughs and thrills to boot Director Carey Williams adapts his own Sundance winning short film Emergency, an emotional rollercoaster of a party movie with a serious twist. It stars RJ Cyler (The Harder They Fall) as Sean, Donald Elise Watkins (The Underground …

May22 Brings True ‘Multiversal Mayhem’ And High Speed Thrills

When was the last time you had two alternate realities to explore?! May22 delivers multiple universes and the return of a flight classic Hi film fans! I’m Dani from We Talk Film, it’s time for most wanted movies May edition! Yay Alright, that was a bit of false enthusiasm because …

The Northman Review: A Brutal and Bloody Feverdream

Visionary director Robert Eggers returns with Viking historical epic The Northman In the last seven years writer/director Robert Eggers has exploded onto the scene with intimate films that blend period settings with folklore and psychological horror to create spellbinding, terrifying results. His first two films, ‘The Witch’ and ‘The Lighthouse’ …