Indie horrors are often classed as some of the best ones out there. It Follows, The Blair Witch Project and Saw are all examples of the indie horror genre creating something, a story so disturbing and chilling, that it lingers. Netflix has done that with Super Dark Times.
Super Dark Times follows best friends Zach and Josh as they navigate teenage life in the 1990s. However, a gruesome accident leads to a secret they need to keep, which eventually drives a wedge between them, propelling them down a rabbit hole of escalating paranoia and violence. Continue reading →
Has the endless tirade of Christmas television and forced familial interaction done some serious damage to your peace, love and goodwill to all men?
Does the idea of indulging in festive cheer make you throw up in your mouth a little? Boggled by the insidiously universal embrace of bad taste, baubles and brussel sprouts?
If you answered yes to any of those questions then you probably have nothing but a cold, dark and empty chasm where your heart should be and that’s okay. I do too. Therefore I know that if there’s one thing you hate more than pulling crackers and extended family, it’s a good old paint-by-numbers, schmaltzy Christmas film. Continue reading →
So yesterday we entered the realm of 2017’s best films. From Kingsman: The Golden Circle to the divisive Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latter half of the year has thrown up some incredible blockbusters and more independent films.
Now we get to the fun part, the worst films of 2017. The last twelve months hasn’t been particularly good or particularly bad, but there’s been a distinct increase in the number of unwanted reboots, sequels and prequels this year. With that in mind, let’s take a look through the dross of 2017 and see which films have the dishonour of being mentioned. Read on to find out. Continue reading →
By Adam Brannon. Six years ago, I didn’t think I’d be telling you that a remake of the classic Planet of the Apes and its sequel would go on to be one of the finest double acts since The Two Ronnies, but that’s exactly what has happened.
Now, the final part of this incredible trilogy, War for the Planet of the Apes is out and ready to conclude an incredible half decade of cinema. But is it as good as its predecessors? Continue reading →
Movie Metropolis founder Adam Brannon shares the ten films that changed the way he viewed cinema.
Film has always meant an awful lot to me. But it’s not just films that I love, I adore anything film related. From memorabilia to the smell of a new Blu-ray, my passion for cinema goes far beyond sitting down and actually watching a movie.
The films featured in these lists changed my life and the way I look at the film industry, helping me shape and create this website in the process. Continue reading →