Foot fetishes, giant mechanical monsters, and “wicked sexiness” – all this and more features in Joss Whedon’s controversial 2006 Wonder Woman script.
Jack tries getting back into video-essays.
James talks about Jim Jarmusch’s latest project Paterson.
If it fully embraced the stuff that it was actually good at, The Void could have been excellent, if still a little flawed. Sadly, what you get instead is about 8 minutes of enjoyable splatter and cool creatures, surrounded by an admirable failure that is otherwise slow and kind-of boring.
Overall, John Wick: Chapter 2 builds upon all of its predecessor’s strengths and goes quite some way towards remedying its flaws.
Jack reviews Split, and isn’t as impressed as he hoped he’d be.
Jack decides to bring cynicism to a gun fight. A review of Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire.
In a desperate attempt to finish these reviews in 2016 Jack throws together some of the blander films into a compilation review.
A spoiler-free review of the first spin-off from a series that happened a long long time ago in a galaxy far far away.
5 minutes of real life action has been dragged out into 90 minutes of “drama”. Fun.