Review: Wicked Little Letters

A neat little story that delivered more than advertised. Set in the 1920s, a English seaside town is emotionally rattled by obscene, profanity-riddled letters written and posted by an anonymous individual. A unorthodox investigation begins to track down the culprit. It is like 1920s social media! Directed by Thea Sharrock, director of television’s The Hollow…

Review: Killers of The Flower Moon

For all its good performances, it is too long for not much intrigue. In the 1920s, the Native American Osage tribe’s land was rich in oil, bringing them riches and prosperity. But their servants, primarily white Americans, look to marry into these families… But some of them want even more. Based off the book Killers…

Review: Babylon

Has director Damien Chazelle gone insane? Can someone check on him? Following the lives of several Hollywood big fish and small fry during the Silent Era, Babylon is full of debauchery and excess. But the players lives turn upside down with the event of “Talkies”; sound in cinema. Directed by Damien Chazelle (Whiplash, La La…

Review: Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them (2D)

Spontaneity is the word of the day with J.K Rowling’s debut as screenplay writer, an often directionless but entertaining adventure. In the world of Harry Potter, a wizard from Britain ┬átravels to America with a suitcase full of magical creatures intent on releasing one of them into the wild. But when the case is misplaced…