Steven Universe is more than an expression of identity politics – it’s a damn good show.
The simplicity of Pete’s Dragon’s story and themes alike leaves it desperately reliant on fostering a sense of childlike wonder that it can’t hold onto.
Fede Alvarez and Jane Levy’s follow-up to Evil Dead offers scares, nasty twists and insight into the twisted underbelly of American in decline.
Thanks to RLJ Entertainment, ccpopculture has 5 DVD copies of Icelandic TV Series Trapped, out September 7th, to give away.
Your dad’s favourite movie of 2016.
Roy Andersson’s absurdist, absurdly-named opus A Pigeon Sat On a Branch Reflecting on Existence (the third film in a loose trilogy) is the polar opposite of the Paul-Feig-inspired mode of filmmaking dominating Hollywood comedies.
On anime, vampires, and the physicality of transgressive queerness (except, maybe, not).
In a belated effort to tap into the success of his hit TV show The Office, Ricky Gervais risks unflattering comparisons with his washed up titular character.