Scream VI: The BRWC Review. Jake Peffer.
The Scream franchise has remained one of the most consistent series in the horror genre. Despite a couple of movies being a tad underwhelming there isn't a bad movie in the franchise. That continues with Scream VI which is the follow up to
Shazam! Fury Of The Gods: The BRWC Review
In 2019 the DC universe stumbled onto a miracle when Shazam! proved to be a success. The film opened so well that in no time, a sequel was confirmed, and after thoroughly enjoying the original, I was totally on board. With director David F. Sandberg
Kubrick By Kubrick: Review.
Stanley Kubrick was arguably the most influential director of all time. From classics such as 2001: A Space Odyssey, Spartacus and The Shining, Kubrick showed an eye for cinema and an eclectic range of films whose reputations preceded even the director himself.
However, he wasn’t afraid to court
The Disappearance Of Mrs. Wu - The BRWC Review. By Rudie Obias.
The older we get, the harder it is to take chances—especially if you’ve built a comfortable and secure life for yourself and family. However, when you get older and you have all the time in the world to
Joyland: Review. By Rudie Obias.
Searching for your true identity is a lifelong journey that depends on openness, introspection, and honesty. And while it’s tough to find who you really are, denying yourself could lead to bigger problems down the road—especially for the loved ones in your life. Pakistani film