Documentary Review- Death Of A Nation

Following on the success of a series of documentaries including 2016: Obama’s America and Hillary’s America, Conservative commentator-turned-filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza holds nothing back in his latest feature ‘Death Of A Nation.’ The documentary explores hidden connections between the American Left and some of the worst European dictators. The theme of the documentary is to challenge…

Movie Review- The Death Of Superman

Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment makes it’s second attempt to adapt one of the most famous comic book story-arcs of all time in the new feature film The Death Of Superman. It is the 11th installment in the so-called DC Animated Movie Universe. Directed by Sam Liu and James Tucker, it is superior to the…

Movie Review- Anon

Netflix has opened the door for directors who normally would not have been given a second glance in Hollywood. With the May release of Anon, directed by Andrew Niccol, the streaming service is proving it wants to tackle certain hot button issues using the power of science fiction. In a dystopian future, privacy and anonymity have…

Documentary Review- Farmlands

Independent journalist and political activist Lauren Southern focuses on the growing problem in South Africa in her first feature length documentary Farmlands released for free on her YouTube channel. She produces and hosts the film which explores the growing murders and assaults of white Afrikaner farmers. The first part of the documentary is a brief…

Movie Review – Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay

Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is the 10th installment of the DC Animated Movie Universe which includes Justice League Dark. It is directed by Sam Liu, starring an all-star voice case, and follows an original story that is not based on a particular comic book arc, but pulls from several different plots. Scandal Savage (Dania…

Anime Movie Review- Batman Ninja

Warner Bros. brings us a new anime directed by Junpei Mizusaki, the all-new Batman Ninja. It takes The World’s Greatest Detective out of Gotham City and into Feudal Japan where he encounters some old enemies and new allies in an epic Martial Arts battle. This review covers the English dubbed version. Batman (Roger Craig Smith)…