There’s a word that Daniel Espinosa, director of Life, kept using in interviews to describe the setting of his science fiction horror film: “Real”. In fact, along with his screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wenrick – the duo who wrote Zombieland, Deadpool and G.I. Joe:
This review won’t be going on at length about the whitewashing, though elements will come up because there’s only so much you can take before you go mad. And, I did write an article about it, go read that. So let’s begin. If you’ve not
Petitions of Concern, the first of which was introduced after the Good Friday Agreement in 1998, must have at least 30 signatures in order to pass through, a measure which seeks to ensure that contentious legislation can only be introduced by way of cross-community support. The
In these environmentalist times it’s nice to see that the rich types over at Disney are interested in recycling. At the moment instead of polluting us with new movies they’re in remake mode, turning their animated classics into slick live action films, with varying results.
Things seem to go in cycles, around twenty years. The directors who rose to prominence in the 80s remade and paid tribute to the b-movie horrors they loved in the 50s and 60s, and in the 90s the up and comers made films that paid