Promising Young Woman invents a new genre. Maybe that’s an overstatement – it might be clearer to say that it iterates a new genre. This is a modern-day rape revenge story, a reimagining of an archaic exploitation genre that’s since been relegated to DTV schlock (think the execrable I Spit On Your Grave remake franchise)…
The Assistant is an important corrective to bombastic Hollywood takes on this subject.
We Summon the Darkness is a perfectly competent horror film.
Bloodshot is a Bon Jovi movie. I call it that because – in every respect – it’s only halfway there.
Dark Waters interrogates the clash between corporate values and America’s espoused Christian ideology with astonishing sophistication.
Guns Akimbo is blessed with a few encouraging attributes, but undermined by its messy, misguided politics.
The Invisible Man is a showcase for its writer-director’s obvious love and talent for genre cinema.
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 5 double passes to give away to Queen & Slim, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday March 12th.
Stanley’s film eschews familiar threats for something indefinable.
Eastwood’s gentle touch steers Richard Jewell towards sympathy at every turn.
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 5 double passes to give away to The Invisible Man, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday February 27th.