Coming To America is one of the most underrated yet best Eddie Murphy movies, second only to the timeless classic Trading Places. The ’80s were a great time for genuine laugh-out-loud comedy, it was also a time when Saturday Night Live graduates were actually talented and made genuinely […]
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Greta is an underrated psychological thriller directed by Neil Jordan. The film which stars Isabelle Huppert, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Maika Monroe, received lots of overly-critical reviews when it was released but I found it to be highly entertaining. In case you don’t know, Greta is about a […]
It might be months away, but since Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is on the way, let’s look back at his original sand-set drama from 2010. Incendies is a heart-rending tale based on the play by Wajdi Mouawad. The story begins in Canada where twins Jeanne and Simon are left […]
Tailgate (also known as Bumperkleef) is an underrated Dutch thriller directed by Lodewijk Crijns and starring Jeroen Spitzenberger, Anniek Pheifer, Roosmarijn van der Hoek, Liz Vergeer, and Willem de Wolf. These names may mean nothing to you if you’re in, let’s say the U.K. or U.S. (for all […]
The Fall is a fantasy drama written and directed by Tarsem Singh. Released six years after his directorial debut The Cell, this was a superior follow-up. With its extremely unique and exquisite visuals, this film looks utterly stunning and is an improvement over his first movie both in […]
The Cell is an underrated science fiction horror-thiller directed by Tarsem Singh (or simply “Tarsem” as he was known back then). Originally a director of adverts, this was his directorial debut. The Cell is about a psychologist called Catherine Deane (played by Jennifer Lopez) who can enter the […]
Wonder Woman is a very overrated movie but it’s not without its enjoyable moments. For me, the best parts of the film were the fish-out-of-water elements; where Diana is intrigued, surprised, and dismayed with the real world. Like a mixture of Enchanted and Universal Soldier, seeing Gal Gadot’s […]
After a classic debut mixtape and a handful of memorable albums with The Underachievers, plus a couple of forgettable solo mixtapes, AK The Savior aka AKTHESAVIOR today brings us his latest release Almost Home, an oddly subdued solo LP that doesn’t quite hit the spot. In my opinion, […]
The Doppelgangaz are a Hip-Hop duo from Orange County, New York consisting of rapper/producers EP and Matter Ov Fact. The group’s name may conjure-up memories of The Gravediggaz, The Killa Kidz or even Da Hillfiguz, but The Doppelgangaz aren’t horrorcore or from the 1990s. With a penchant for […]
Three things I don’t particularly like and aren’t a fan of: nepotism, the noughties, and Cash Money Records. But, as Charles Dickens wrote (and Justin Bieber later bastardised): “Never Say Never”. Cory Gunz is the son of Bronx rapper Peter Gunz, he had a burgeoning career during the […]
Bug is a film that’s very underrated and even underexposed. Directed by William Friedkin, this isn’t one of his most famous movies, despite being one of Friedkin’s most original and memorable offerings. This is a film about paranoia, and how existing in an echo-chamber is detrimental to someone’s […]
His House is a supernatural horror-drama written and directed by Remi Weekes about two asylum seekers who make it to the UK only to be confronted by spirits and apparitions. This film is described online as “a couple from war-torn South Sudan seek asylum and a fresh start […]
D Double E is back with his follow-up to 2018’s Jackuum which was a great debut LP from an MC who’s been making tracks since the early 2000s. D Double’s sophomore album is titled Double Or Nothing which doubles as an acronym of “D.O.N.” and it contains more […]