The Mitchells vs the Machines is Making its Way to Blu-ray

On December 14th the animated film that debuted earlier this summer on Netflix, The Mitchells vs the Machines, is getting a physical media release when it comes to Blu-ray and DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. I am dishearted that the movie is only coming on a standard Blu-ray and not a 4K UHD as it was presented in Dolby Vision on Netflix. However, SPHE is including a lot of extra featur...[Read More]

Cowboy Bebop – Series Review

It’s been a long time since I watched the Cowboy Bebop animated series and movie. I don’t recollect all the ins and outs, but I do remember how fun they were as we followed the adventure of the three cowboys as they galivant across the galaxy aboard the Bebop. After watching the first episode I thought to myself “there’s no way this series will get a second season”. I think it is because this live...[Read More]

Interview with MARZ Co-President Lon Molnar

Shane sat down with MARZ VFX co-founder and co-president Lon Molnar. In which we discuss Watchmen (HBO), WandaVision (DisneyPlus), The Umbrella Academy (Netflix), their Emmy nomination, The new SpongeBob Movie, MCU movies and more. I recommend checking out their VFX reels on YouTube, and if you want to see everything these VFX gurus have worked on you can see everything they’ve worked on her...[Read More]

Red Notice – Review

If you thought the pairing of Ryan Reynold and Dwayne Johnson was a match made in heaven… add Gal Gadot and you have nirvana. Red Notice is one of the best films of 2021. It’s a popcorn flick that will make you want to go back for seconds, even thirds. Only 15-minutes in and these were the comments heard from my family that joined me on this ride: “This reminds me of a Bond movie.” “Ryan Reynolds ...[Read More]

Red Notice

When an Interpol-issued Red Notice — the highest level warrant to hunt and capture the world’s most wanted— goes out, the FBI’s top profiler John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson) is on the case. His global pursuit finds him smack dab in the middle of a daring heist where he’s forced to partner with the world’s greatest art thief Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds) in order to catch the world’s most wanted art thi...[Read More]

First Cast Member for Rebel Moon is Sofia Boutella

Zack Snyder’s next film is Rebel Moon over at Netflix. People have been waiting to hear who Snyder will cast in his “Star Wars”, which he did original pitch to LucasFilm before Disney purchased them. That cast member is Sofia Boutella. Boutella impressed Snyder in her audition and was quickly cast as the lead. After her breakout in Kingsman: The Secret Service, Star Trek Beyond, ...[Read More]

Army of Thieves – Review

My favourite part of Army of the Dead was Ludwig Dieter. His goofiness and confidence was hilarious. The fact that Mattias Schweighöfer was able to replay the character in a prequel made me happy. Mattias not only starred, but also directed Army of Thieves. The zombie outbreak does make an appearance a few times in the movie to create the bridge to the Army of the Dead universe. The movie starts w...[Read More]

The Guilty – Review

When I first got The Guilty added to my preview content on Netflix I was excited. Being a tech I was drawn into the technology that Antoine Fuqua and his team assembled for the dispatcher desks. I don’t know if this is an exact replica of the actual LAPD call centre or not, but their attention to detail on what technology a dispatcher would use is bang on. While I was a little distracted by the te...[Read More]

Nightbooks (2021)

Nightbooks is squarely aimed at a younger audience and as such I watched it with my son and it was good fun albeit quite scary at times and the Netflix 7+ rating is a bit too low I would say, it’s more like 10+. Age ratings aside, Nightbooks can be enjoyed by young and old audiences, even more so together, regardless of the rather simplistic plot and obvious outcome, it still provides enough...[Read More]

Netflix Acquires the Roald Dahl Story Company

The streaming giant has acquired the works of author Roald Dahl known best for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, The BFG, and so many more. Many of works have already been made into movies with two Chocolate Factory movies (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Matilda, The BFG, James and the Giant Peach, The Witches, and a few others that were ins...[Read More]

Kate (2021) – Review

Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as Kate, a kick-ass assassin and we start out with her getting ready for a hit without any exposition, we jump right in and when she is about to take the shot, her mark has a child with him and so she wants to abort as it is against the code but her higher ups, insist she takes the shot and ultimately she does, twice, one in the neck and one in the head, shown graphic...[Read More]

First Look at Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up

Adam McKay has assembled an all-star cast full of Academy Winners and Nominees for Don’t Look Up. The story follows to two low-level astronomers (Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence) who go on a media tour to let the world know a meteor will strike the earth in 6-months, but find an unperceptive audience. Joining Leo and J-Law are Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Cate Blanchette, Timothée Chala...[Read More]

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