Dune: The BRWC Review -
Not since the 25th of May 1977 when Star Wars was released has the world ever seen a Space Epic as awe-inspiring as Denis Villeneuve’s Dune.
Let’s be fair, we’ve all been waiting for Dune for a very long time. Ever since its announcement fans of
Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires is a wacky, refreshingly different, comedy horror stop motion film that will keep you entertained right until the final scene.
It is set in 1986, featuring Chuck Steel the usual steroid, pumped up, lonewolf cop of that era who has serious anger issues and causes
Apple TV, for some reason, has heavily promoted music documentaries that, for lack of a better label, can be called Dad-Rockumentaries. Save for the recent Billie Eilish offering, the streaming service has delivered Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You, 1971, and Todd Haynes’ (Carol) much anticipated The Velvet Underground. Those unfamiliar
Honour is a dangerous thing. It’s not inherently masculine, though it’s most formidable when bickered upon between men. In matters of honour, we become reckless; no one wants to appear lesser than anyone else, and when this sensation links to issues of desire, the laws of logic and reason by
The Last Duel Synopsis: Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon) is a respected knight known for his bravery and skill on the battlefield. Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) is a squire whose intelligence and eloquence make him one of the most admired nobles in the court. When Le Gris viciously assaults Carrouges'