Hereditary (2018) – predictability at its finest

The first scene of Hereditary sets the tone for the film. A dreary lingering shot panning from a window looking out over the forest rotating onto a miniature mockup of the house where the film takes place. The overexerting sense of lingering dread, coupled with eerie symmetrical framing acts as Continue Reading

Jurassic World:Fallen Kingdom – It’s time for this franchise to meet the same fate as the dinosaurs

When Jurassic Park came out in 1993, It redefined the barriers of monster films. With its distinguishable CGI(that surprisingly holds up better than many modern CGI masterpieces), tense situations and a bloody Tyrannosaurus running around, scaring the living daylights out of its audience, Steven Spielberg changed the perception of the  monster Continue Reading

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Review: Wes Anderson displays his new found sentimental side

In his idiosyncratic work, Wes Anderson treats his audience to a wonderful quasi-reality were meticulous attention to detail is paramount. In the past, his obsession with even the minor details in his film has impacted slightly negatively on other more overbearing elements like characterisation and even plot, most notably in Continue Reading