While Darkness is hardly light years away from previous seasons – this is still very much a show that earns the “frequent animated nudity” classification – it’s far more fun and focused than what came before.
There’s a theory that there are no original stories left, only new ways to tell them. That’s definitely the case for Hell or High Water, an attempt to subvert the well worn cops-and-robbers story that almost succeeds.
A Perfect Day is a film about futility. Turns out, though, that it’s pretty futile to try and make a successful drama out of fundamentally powerless protagonists.
Pedro Almodóvar’s latest mutes its melodramatic tendencies to contrast the vibrancy of youth with the mounting regrets of aging.
The bluntly-titled Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers pairs competent scares with a surprisingly robust subtext.
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 10 double passes to give away to Ouija: Origin of Evil, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday October 20th.
Some say Tate Taylor’s latest directorial effort is a return to the days of Hitchcock thrillers but sadly The Girl on the Train is riddled with cinematic mishaps that distract from what could be a great film.
An unfairly maligned horror classic? Or just kinda shitty? (It’s the second one.)