Few movies are as highly anticipated as Pixar’s, with good reason. And of all Pixar movies, Finding Dory may be the most highly anticipated one yet. That’s a lot of expectations to live up to.
Jason Bourne is my favourite action hero. He still is, even after what they did to him in the last movie.
The creators of Tarzan were faced with a very difficult task – taking a much beloved an old classic, and updating it from a children’s movie to a gritty blockbuster. They managed. Barely.
Bastille Day is probably one of the most overlooked movies this year. I’m glad I didn’t overlook it, because it’s one small step away from being one of my favourite thrillers.
Switzerland finally has its own epic fantasy novel. It’s called Die Stadt am Abgrund, is part of Die Chronik von Stahl und Feder. It is written not by one, but by two Swiss authors, Tädeus M. Fivaz and Peter Segmüller.
After months of waiting, one of my favourite science fiction books has finally made it to the big screen. I’ve seen it and here’s why you must see it.
The release date of The Martian has just been moved up to the October 2nd, 2015. The film, based on the book by Andy Weir, will be directed by Ridley Scott and star Matt Damon. For all of you considering reading the book before the movie hits, here’s a review.
I finished Paper Towns by John Green a good twelve hours after I’d started reading it late one night. I was still deeply immersed in the story. Margo had just utterly shattered the image I’d built up of her over the course of a night of reading, and I was devastated.…
I’m going to have to start this review with a confession. I picked up Paper Towns by John Green close to midnight one evening because I couldn’t fall asleep, and I was convinced this would put me to sleep faster than any other books available. I have seldom been so…
On the third and final day of Fantasy Basel, it’s time to talk about cosplay. Two Uncannies, have built their own costumes and they share their experience, from awesome to awkward.