Terminator: Dark Fate (Review)

Times have been tough on the Terminator franchise post-Judgement Day. Where James Cameron’s efforts on the first two entries left indelible marks on the action and science fiction genres, its slew of sequels failed to compellingly build upon the foundation laid by the legendary Canadian filmmaker. And Cameron knows that too. Which is why, upon […]

Remembering John Candy

Growing up in the nineties, there were certain films upon which my brother and I gorged to the point of almost burning out their VHS tapes. Classics like The Princess Bride, Toy Story and Toy Story 2, and (oddly enough for kids) Terminator 2: Judgement Day had us in a state of awe with each […]

The Rise of Mackenzie Davis

With the highly anticipated Terminator: Dark Fate hitting theatres in just over two weeks, the studios involved have cranked advertising up to eleven to maximise the film’s media saturation, which should serve to bolster potential profits. It’s not like this practice is anything new, not by a longshot, but Joker did something similar, piggybacking off […]

Blue Eyed (Review)

Cinematic exercises in surrealism are never simple, whether it be in their execution or consumption. However, it’s the essence of this challenging nature that can make their thematic delivery more profoundly impactful than a work operating within the means of realism. David Lynch has based much of his career around such an ethos, while the […]