Max Shepherd discusses why science fiction might be the literary genre that is best equipped to deal with a world in crisis.
Review: Tenet Christopher’s Nolan’s time-bending, cinema-saving epic has finally hit cinemas, but is it good enough for you to leave the safety of home to see it? Isaac Bettridge gives us his thoughts. Christopher Nolan vanishes up his own arsehole with Tenet, a film that combines the glamorous locales and stylish action of a Bond […]
On its 40th anniversary, Max Shepherd celebrates the seminal science-fiction classic.
Jim Norman finds Ad Astra to be both an intriguing character study and a distant disappointment.
Like the cyborgs that inhabit its glossy, commercialised metropolis, Alita: Battle Angel often feels stitched together from a scrapheap of genres and concepts. Far from a well-oiled machine, the film suffers greatly from the clashing methodologies of its two prominent filmmakers. Between the spectacle-driven James Cameron and the economical Robert Rodriguez, there is a war of function […]
An international multimedia phenomenon since 1954, the Godzilla franchise returned on the big screens just in time for its 60th anniversary last year, with a rather surprising story including some new exotic characters. The classic “monster against the city” scenario is twisted and turned so that the iconic creature loses the “bad guy” label to some […]