The 10 Best Films of 2017

Unlike other Top 10 lists you’ll find on the Internet, ours is subject to its availability in Singapore. Meaning that if a film hasn’t been released locally wit...

Ocean’s 8 Trailer #1

In a time where women are feeling more empowered to be upfront about anything and everything, the first trailer of Ocean's 8 sums it all up. The intelligence of using an all-female cast of dramatic actresses (mostly over 40) and pop superstardom across diversity is pure genius.

Our Review on A GHOST STORY

For David Lowery, filming “A Ghost Story” in the 1.33:1 Academy Ratio was thematically appropriate for a film about a ghost being trapped in a space for eternity and the claustrophobia of that situation is amplified by the shape of the frame, like a proscenium that you view the film through.

Baby Driver – How the idea came about for Edgar Wright

For Edgar Wright, director of critically acclaimed Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007), the idea of Baby Driver came about 22 years ago after he listened to “Bellbottoms” by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and visualised a car chase.

Our Review on ALIEN: COVENANT (2017)

We’ve come a long way from 1979 since the very first Alien starring Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerrit and a cat named Jonesy (not its real name). These are enhan...

Our Review on ALIEN: COVENANT (2017)

The latest Alien instalment – ‘Alien Covenant’ was a test of everything that Ridley Scott and writer John Logan had in their pods. And it made us sit up and notice, recall, shift uncomfortably in our seats and hope to God that the translucent teenager of an Alien would absolutely fail.

Parting Thoughts On Arrival

In the film just shy of two hours, Louise Banks is a language professor who works alongside physicist Ian Donnelly. It all culminates in the most graceful, memorable plot twist.