Home / Reviews (page 20)

Reviews

Trainwreck: You all know one

I know very little of Amy Schumer. With the flood of good reviews for her debut feature film (she wrote the script, Judd Apatow directed), I couldn’t help but sit up and take note. Who is this woman and where ...

Read More »

Supreme: Blue Rose by Warren Ellis

Writing any story – be it in novel, film, or comic form – about time, parallel universes, or anything similar is always difficult. How do write about such a complex idea without getting lost in the science and craziness? How ...

Read More »

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Tom Cruise is a high-ranking member of an allegedly evil cult with widely known accusations of psychological and physical abuse, financial malpractice, and a tendency to sue anyone who criticises their shady dealings and crazy beliefs. I therefore find it ...

Read More »

ODY-C: Here is that cannibal beast!

Greek gods, space opera, psychedelic art and gender inversion – at first glance, Matt Fraction and Christian Ward’s ODY-C has it all. Unfortunately, the text is so abstract as to be at best confusing, at worst incomprehensible. Matt Fraction has ...

Read More »

Maggie: Decay moves slowly, so make death quick

This slow-moving, emotional, low-budget film feels out of place amongst Arnold Schwarzenegger’s filmography. But I suppose, like anyone, Arnie gets sick of doing the same thing over and over. It’s an impressive attempt at branching out. His role in Maggie ...

Read More »