A well packaged horror that is more than it seems.
There’s a feeling of paranoia in the air. Something haunts people’s thoughts and fears. Religion is at the heart of everything.
The Witch is a well crafted telling of society as it was in the 1630s, or more accurately what society feared. And something feels different about this one.
A stunning narrative of captivity and innocence through the eyes of a child.
I’m sure you’ll agree parenthood means wanting the best for our children. We want to shield them from anything and everything that could harm them, anything that threatens their innocence.
Space doesn’t look that bad after all!
Not too far into the future, mankind finds a way to travel the long distances to visit other planets. That’s not unlike many stories we’ve been told before.
During a mission on Mars a sandstorm forces a space crew to leave behind a member of the team, who is presumed dead. Again, we’ve been there, done that.
Was classic Bond bought back too quickly?
Remember when you could only find touchscreen tables, self-driving cars and talking phones in films and fiction?
It feels like we’ve almost caught up with James Bond’s flashy gizmos and the high-tech gadgets (if only Q could make Aston Martins a part of everyday life too!)