While at the most part a standard zombie fare, #Alive finds some life through its delving into isolation and loneliness.
Author: JY Tan
Crummy apartments? Murderous neighbours? Nah, the real nightmare is, and always has been, the hellscape we live in called Society.
Christopher Nolan’s latest film is ambitious, complex and layered, but underneath the complicated clockwork is a movie with no soul.
My parents used to warn me of the dangers of the jungle. They were avid hikers, so I’d inadvertently find myself wearing track pants and bathed in insect… more
Fallen Order does what other Star Wars game has never done: make playing a Jedi feel small and vulnerable — in a story that requires it.
Disney’s greatest cult hit for a reason, Goofy’s solo outing is a masterclass in effective storytelling — and in father-son relations.
Rensuke Oshikiri’s manga and its anime adaptation captures not just the nostalgia of 90s arcade gaming, but of how it brings people together.
This reboot takes a hard veer away from the aesthetics and tone of the original, but maybe it’s got its heart in the place it needs to be right now.
Not quite the educators you want to stand by, but definitely the ones that are most entertaining to watch.
Anthony Chen’s Wet Season, his follow up to the much-lauded Ilo Ilo, feels ostensibly like a movie about a city.