Thursday, 11 August, 2022

Category: Looking Forward


red hot chili peppers

The first new music with Frusciante in a long time. This is exciting. The first single Black Summer starts off pretty mellow but then it kicks up the energy in a way that instantly transports you. I like that I Read more…


The original movie was one of my favourite horror movies, because it didn’t telegraph the horror. It played it’s monster straight. The sledgehammer coming down on someone was how the whole movie felt to me. I hope this captures that Read more…


Guinan in Picard

Guinan, to me, was always an asset in Star Trek, that was never quite used to her full potential. I loved what she did do and who she was in Next Generation, but I am hoping this will see some Read more…


Hayao Miyazaki

The Wind Rises had looked to be the last thing that we were going to get from Hayao Miyazaki, after his retirement was announced. He had been involved in the slightest of ways in the “planning” of his son, GoruMiyazaki’s Read more…


The Matrix Resurrections

This new poster captures the energy you want to see from a Matrix movie. I liked the sequels we got before. I am not sure they could ever have matched up the expectations generated by the first movie, but for Read more…


Tatiana Maslany┬áis the thing that makes me most excited about this. I haven’t been fortunate enough to see her in anything since Orphan Black, and she was excellent in that show. An actress with that amount of range given a Read more…


Moon Knight

I haven’t really read too much of Moon Knight. I know that I really enjoyed the Warren Ellis run that revived him. The art from Declan Shalvey and the sparse noirish storytelling were perfectly matched. It was a clean, lean, Read more…


I am simultaneously looking forward to this and worried about it on a level that far outstrips how worried I was about The Dark Tower adaptation, and that turned out to be a huge steaming pile of dung. I know Read more…


The launch date for my friend’s podcast is coming on the 11th of December. Go and follow it. I can honestly say that anything which Bram is involved in is worth investing your time in. He is a real renaissance Read more…


Fred Durst directing John Travolta in a creepy horror movie about a superfan that call to mind a whole host of creepy superfan movies? Sure, I can dig that. No point aping the Guardian article I read about this in, Read more…