One Punch Man is a pitch perfect parody of a genre about which I am almost entirely unfamiliar.
Director Hayden J. Weal maximises the material with an impressive ability to manipulate and surprise his audience.
Thanks to Roadshow Films Australia, ccpopculture has 5 double passes to give away to It Comes at Night, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday July 6th.
How on earth do you review Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid without coming across as either a leering perve or a sneering prude?
The Last Knight is a gloriously stupid, aggressively excessive cavalcade of explosions and robots and exploding robots.
Steven Universe is a good show. It’s an important show. And, unfortunately, those two things don’t always play nicely together.
Lynch’s artworks are presented as puzzle pieces in an extraordinary man’s life.
The Mummy isn’t a travesty. It’s just Red Rooster, and everyone’s already at KFC or McDonalds.
The main message of Hotel Coolgardie turns out to be the oppressive boredom of living in the middle of nowhere.
Death Note is – for the most part – almost entirely bereft of humanity’s foibles.