Steven Universe is more than an expression of identity politics – it’s a damn good show.
I’ll give Psychic School Wars this: it’s certainly very pretty.
“Traitor, or hero?” is the question posed by Snowden’s poster, though Oliver Stone’s retelling of its titular character’s story is so firmly in the Hero camp that you wonder why they bothered asking at all.
This decades-late sequel to The Blair Witch Project demonstrates director Adam Wingard’s talent behind the camera …along with his reluctance to innovate.
A documentary centring on Anthony Weiner’s failed mayoral campaign cuts to the narcissistic root of its subject – and politicians in general.
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.