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Scared of the Dark?

Orion and the Dark is an animated movie from Dreamworks & Netflix, about a young boy learning to overcome his fears of the darkness. It’s an endearing and imaginative tale, that hopefully won’t slip under the radar.

REVIEW: Orion and the Dark (2024)

A very cute and imaginative movie, that moves so quickly that it might just be the easiest watch of the year. Though, I can’t help but wonder… who was this made for?

6 movies similar to Orion and the Dark

Orion and the Dark explores themes of overcoming your fears and anxiety. If this quick romp around the world left you craving for more – these six movies should help you satiate your need for fear-conquering youngsters.

All Of Us Strangers

All Of Us Strangers might be the saddest movie of the year, and it’s only January. Starring Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal, this heart-breaking queer drama will make you cry. It’s such a shame that it has been completely overlooked at the Oscars.

REVIEW: All Of Us Strangers (2024)

I absolutely loved this movie, finding it to be a very insightful look at queer isolation and internalized homophobia. The ending, in particular, is very interesting and is open to a lot of discussion and speculation.

The Top 10 Queer Movies of the 2020s

All Of Us Strangers is a great queer film, but where does it rank amongst its contemporary peers? Pretty well, it turns out – though it isn’t my personal pick at #1. Here is a collection of what are, in my opinion, the top 10 queer films of this decade, so far…

Prepare for Argylle!

Argylle is an upcoming spy comedy thriller from the “twisted mind of Matthew Vaughn”. Starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Henry Cavill and a range of other famous faces – it’s going to be the biggest release of the first weekend in February. With a ubiquitous cat and a mysterious author, it’s certainly been an interesting marketing ride. Here’s all the content you need before you’re ready to meet the real Agent Argylle.

Who TF is Elly Conway?

Elly Conway is the author of the novel that Argylle (2024) is based on. There’s just one problem… she doesn’t exist, and it’s very unusual for a debut author to have her first book to have a Hollywood movie slated for release so soon. The internet is abound with theories. Who is the mastermind behind this story?

8 movies similar to Argylle (2024)

Too excited for Vaughn’s spy comedy thriller to wait? Here are eight movies that we believe capture the same vibe as the upcoming spy ensemble will. From your Kingsman to your Man from U.N.C.L.E., we have you covered for all sorts of Bond-adjacent shenanigans.

Ranked: Every Matthew Vaughn movie

It’s time to assess just how twisted the mind of Matthew Vaughn is. From Kick-Ass to the Kingsman franchise, he’s been to some interesting places; and has been criticized for over-reliance on edginess. Which of the English director’s films is his best… and which is his worst?

January Slop

January is never the best month for movies, unless you’re catching up on the movies you’ve missed from awards season. From campy horror movies, to low-budget action movies; there’s a lot of slop to dig through, but if you look close enough… you just might fight some hidden gems.

REVIEW: Baghead (2024)

When Iris’ estranged father passes away, she inherits his pub in Berlin. There’s only one rule she must adhere to… don’t let the thing in the basement get out. As you might imagine, the thing gets out. Is this movie able to match the heights raised by It and Barbarian, or does it fall flat on its bag-headed face? Unfortunately, the stairs to the basement are slippery.

REVIEW: Night Swim (2024)

An injured baseball player and his family move to a new house, complete with a haunted swimming pool. Night Swim plays on every fear that you had, as a child, regarding swimming pools and packages it in an effective way, creating the perfect January horror schlock.

The Beekeeper (2024) vs. Lift (2024)

Two corny action movies, one led by Jason Statham and one led by Kevin Hart. One of them is an incredibly fun ride, the other is a complete disaster. Which of these two movies will lift your gloomy January spirits, and which simply wasn’t meant to bee?

The Best of 2023

2023 was a great year of movies, and reviewed some amazing features from throughout the year. This is a collection of our favourite movies, that we highly recommend checking out!

REVIEW: Nimona (2023)

Nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Oscars, this year, Nimona is an animated Netflix movie set in a world of sci-fi knights. It has heavy LGBT themes, it’s funny and it was very nearly killed by Disney. It’s got “eventual cult classic” written all over it, make sure you see it while it’s still cool!

REVIEW: How To Blow-Up a Pipeline (2023)

Perhaps the most provocative title of 2023, How To Blow-Up a Pipeline is a very politically charged heist movie centred around the climate crisis and the moral ways that one can respond to it. If you like heavy themes, you’ll enjoy this; but even if you don’t, there’s a very entertaining heist movie here for you.

REVIEW: Suzume (2023)

I struggle with anime movies, most of the time. However, no other medium could bring us a “love-story” between a girl and a chair that manages to be so emotionally charged and deep. Brace yourself for a weird one, but equally – be prepared to cry.

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