Please note: the following review of Westworld episode one briefly requires knowledge of a major plot point from South Park season 20. You member South Park right? Oh I love South Park!!!
The films of the newly labelled 'auteur' Charlie Chaplin would start to take on a much more overtly political tone, beginning with Modern Times.
A look at Hollywood legend Charlie Chaplin, whose career saw him grow from comedian to communist filmmaker, rivalling the mighty propagandists of the Soviet Union.
The Cabin in the Woods is a merciless postmodern deconstruction of the horror genre. A two-way mirror exposing the soul of horror and its audience.
On this week's Sight Unsound: Superman is the hero we really deserve, not some fascist, borderline psychotic billionaire in a bat costume.
On this week's episode of Sight Unsound: Ted Wilkes asks "Is Batman just a right-wing fascist who watches too much Fox News?"
Screen adaptations of videogames would surely work better on television. Drawn out over multiple episodes and seasons, and viewed at our own leisurely pace.
Season four of House of Cards came out this weekend and I've now just emerged from my cocoon. Did I miss anything and has anyone been watering my plants?
Even from the premise I knew that Mr Robot would be something that I’d love. It’s themes of internet hackers, busting bankers’ balls and promise of worldwide anarchy was almost as if someone had plugged a wire into my brain extracted all the things I’ve ever thought about the world and then jumbled them up into a much more coherent narrative than I could ever pen.
Jurassic World is nothing to do with dinosaurs. It’s the greatest critique of modern corporatism since Karl Marx sat down to pen his revolutionary work that would inspire uprisings around the world.