One of the most underrated Pixar shorts is ‘Sanjay’s Super Team’. Released in 2015, and shown before ‘The Good Dinosaur’, it revolves around a father and his young son. The son, whom the short follows the perspective of, loves nothing more than to watch his favourite cartoon, Super Team, and
I’ll Be Around is set against the backdrop of a post punk festival, filled with bands with names like Jentacular, The Motion Pictures and Attempted Choke.
Most of the band members are in their mid-thirties and considering the way their musical careers are going (standing still), other things start weighing heavily
Unnerving audiences with an uncanny sensibility, horror films continue to excel as the genre reaches for new substantive heights. Filmmakers like Jordan Peel, Ari Aster, Jennifer Kent, and Robert Eggers have imbued a new sense of artistry and purpose into the familiar framework, setting a new high-bar for filmmakers to
By Thomas White.
Zel, a lonely introverted young man, is offered the chance to overcome his social anxiety through lucid dreaming. A simple plot holding sufficient psychological interest for the makings of an engaging thriller, being a curious subject, and one less commonly associated with the genre.
Director Adam Morse, in his
Philip ‘Hawk’ Hawkins (Ryan Barton-Grimley) is a down on his luck security guard who’s bored with his life and also convinced that vampires are real and they may show themselves at any moment. Revson ‘Rev’ McCabe (Ari Schneider) is a vegan pacifist groundkeeper and Hawk’s only real friend, he tries