This week Disney is releasing a remake of the 1977 film Pete’s Dragon. Co-written and directed by indie darling and Dallas, TX native David Lowery, the new Pete’s Dragon is a beautiful and emotional ride that people of all ages will enjoy. It stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Wes Bentley, Robert
Disclaimer: It’s been a busy few weeks. New Year’s chewed me up and spat me out, with less enthusiasm for the year than what I started with. And you know what bucks weary spirits? Seeing J.H. Wyman contemplate the spirit of an android — a creature far less in touch
Post sex-doll episode, the appearance of marginalised groups in Almost Human has been minor to nil. Yet tonight’s episode places us squarely at the heart of one of America’s greatest crises; medical aid. With doctors now replaced by holograms, either to prevent themselves from being infected by the dull-eyed patients
Disclaimer: I’ve suffered flooding issues in my house as of late, and haven’t had access to a computer/the internet for some time. That said, public libraries + their decent wi-fis are excellent. So without further ado – Round number four. We open with an impressively sleek, slick, series of shots featuring
First things first: I’m having real issues with this high-tech music blaring through any and every scene. Look, I don’t mean to flog a dead horse, but that’s precisely what Almost Human is doing with their eerie-kooky techno beats. We’ve long past the point where instrumental stings and the low patter
Most bedroom opening scenes that feature the protagonist have them sweaty, yes, and swatting at alarm clocks, yes, but rarely with a leg missing. Then again, conventional’s not what Almost Human‘s playing for. We open with the slow-paced, devil-may-care montage of Kennex going about his daily routine, post leg-maintenance. Say
There are some great releases this week that are sure to satisfy everyone! The trekkies of the world we be excited to get Star Trek Into Darkness.
Star Trek Into Darkness is available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download from Paramount Home Entertainment. Having seen the film on the big screen I was truly looking forward to seeing the Blu-ray version. While I love seeing the great picture quality on my home screen, my main reason for
We know not everyone has time for every major release or big movie, so instead of featuring 10 great films a month, these are truly the ones that cannot be missed this May. They’ll either be films coming out in theaters that week or something on Netflix I think that’s worth the watch.