A LEGO Brickumentary – Movie Review

LEGO has always been on the forefront of being fun, educational, and challenging. In typical upbeat LEGO style, co-directors Kief Davidson and Daniel Junge go behind the scenes to show
By Jarrod Saunders on 30 Aug 2016

Future Shock! The Story Of 2000AD – Movie Review

If you want a nice inoffensive documentary, then watch Secret Origins: The Story of DC Comics. It was interesting, insightful, and a somewhat whitewashed documentary about that particular company. However,
By Rick Austin on 13 Apr 2016

Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus Review

While many, if not most scholars deny the biblical exodus occurred. The historical documentary, ‘Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus’, directed by Tim Mahoney claims that the biblical exodus is a
By Neilan Adams on 21 Oct 2015

204: Getting Away With Murder – Review

Does South Africa need another discussion of Brett Kebbles murder? The notorious businessman was killed 10 years ago, and since then, it feels like not 6 months has gone by
By Daniel Rom on 16 Feb 2015

12-12-12 Review

If you missed the news a while back, 12-12-12 refers to the benefit concert held in New York’s Madison Square Garden for victims of Hurricane Sandy on 12 December 2012.
By Neilan Adams on 11 Oct 2014

Who is Dayani Cristal? Review

Who is Dayani Cristal? The film is a narrative documentary that highlights the immense flaws in immigration laws between the US and Mexico featuring celebrity presence Gael García Bernal. The
By Chelsey Walsh on 20 Jul 2014

Salinger Review

J.D. Salinger, the famous American author who died in 2010 is perhaps most well-known for his controversial novel, Catcher in the Rye. However, he was equally well-known for his reclusiveness
By Daniel Rom on 26 May 2014

Justin Bieber’s Believe Review

Justin Bieber’s sequel to Never Say Never, is surely the worst rated film on IMDB. Its meagre score of 1.5 would deter any viewer who was about to pay money
By Sarah Xena Lee on 19 May 2014

One Direction: This Is Us Review

One Direction is the boy band of our generation, whether you like it or not. Let’s just all accept this before we carry on. For as many people who don’t
By Juan Visser on 27 Sep 2013

The Invisible War

Looking across the room, a provocatively dressed girl in military uniform captures my attention. Its considered a classic World War Two Pin-up, created by Alberto Vargas. These pop-culture posters were
By Guest on 06 Mar 2013

Katy Perry – Part of Me

‘Part of Me’ is a chronicle of Katy’s ‘Teenage Dream Tour’. It is split between concert footage and behind the scenes material that reveals aspects of the starling’s personal life.
By Neilan Adams on 26 Feb 2013