Review: Get Out

A racially charged, uncomfortable and satirical psychological thriller. Get Out was a unique experience. Chris and Rose are four months into their relationship and seeing as it is serious, Rose takes him to visit her parents who live in the countryside. Chris is immediately hesitant, and what at first seems to be nothing more than…

Review: Westworld (1973)

With the new HBO television series Westworld coming to our screens now, I really wanted to return to the original that inspired it, Michael Crichton’s own written and directed Westworld feature from 1973. I haven’t watched this film in years, maybe even fifteen years, but I always remember it fondly. Fondly enough that in hearing…

Trilogy Review: Starship Troopers

Very loosely based off the novel by the same name, Starship Troopers was a pretty infamous film when I was growing up, but it has become a cult favourite of the science fiction genre. Unfortunately… people thought this lightning-in-a-bottle exploitation of Paul Verhoeven deserved a sequel… and another sequel… To this day I refused to…

Review: Borat

It is hard to review something most people love with a lukewarm reception! Don’t get me wrong there was more to Borat that I enjoyed than I expected, I went in with a lot of scepticism, but I ┬ájust don’t think its quite my kind of comedy. Borat is a fictional character, created by Sasha…