Dust : Review

From writer and director Pieter du Plesis, in the exciting South African film Dust we get a look into a desolate land, where Rachel (Shana Mans in her feature film debut) and her family are seeking respite from the harshness of the world. Rachel, her father David (David Butler – Life is Wild, Generations, Binnerlanders),… Continue reading Dust : Review

How To Steal A Country (Showmax): Review

“They came here as traders. They sold shoes out of the boot of their car… And they left here as multi-billionaires.” – Ferial Haffajee From Rehad Desai, the Emmy-winning director of ‘Miners Shot Down’, One World Human Rights Film Festival winner ‘Everything Must Fall’, we are now presented with the story all South Africans lived… Continue reading How To Steal A Country (Showmax): Review

Extraction (Netflix): Review

Extraction (Out Of The FIre) is directed by Sam Hargrave, who hails more from the stunt world than directing, and who’s credit list includes several of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films, The Hunger Games series, and a plethora of other well known films and television series. The film is written by Joe Russo, known… Continue reading Extraction (Netflix): Review

Moffie : Review

A moffie, a person who is weak, effeminate, gay. A way of life deemed evil, illegal, persons shunned as outcasts, usually facing aggression and anger. Set in 1981 South Africa, we join sixteen year old Nicholas van der Swart (Kai Luke Brümmer) in the eve of his national service conscription. A time that every white… Continue reading Moffie : Review

Sonic The Hedgehog – Review

A Japanese video game launched back in 1991 for the Sega Genesis, Sonic The Hedgehog, has finally had a game to film conversion. Something not many games actually get right. Sonic would become the mascot of Sega. Some years later a two part video animation was released as a means to promote the release of… Continue reading Sonic The Hedgehog – Review