Merry Christmas! You may have come across A Very Murrary Christmas whilst looking for something to watch on Netflix over this Holiday season. Is it worth the watch? Find out after the break….
Ex Machina is an intelligent, thought-provoking sci-fi film with glaringly obvious tropes to appeal to a mainstream audience. I’ve got a lot to talk about with this one so let’s dive in.
Attempting a new approach at the ‘kid with cancer’ genre, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl ends up being a love letter to cinema with an unfortunately dull story. Find out more in my review after the break.
The art of filmmaking is a large and complex beast that has created one of the biggest industries on the planet. With all of the productions that happen over the world, some are destined to fail. Luckily for people who are interested in just what went wrong and what could have been, there are some great ‘failed film’ documentaries on the subject. Read about some of the best of them after the break.
The One I Love tells the story of a couple’s weekend escape to save a failing marriage. However, not is all as it seems as they discover a bizzare situation awaiting them.
Somewhere inside Filth (2013) is an amazing film trying to swim out of the sea of shallowness and mediocrity it is drowning in. With so much potential shown, let’s explore exactly how it threw it all away, exclusively here at EdenReviews.com
The first trailer had us all excited. According to box office figures you all went to see it too. Now let’s discuss one of 2015’s most anticpated Hollywood movies: Jurassic World (2015).
Two recent animated features. One review. The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015) and The Book of Life (2014) are the two big name family films that will be discussed in the first Double Feature on Eden Reviews!
GameLoading: Rise of the Indies (2015) attempts to showcase the independent game development scene that has sprouted from a seed to a tall and well nourished flower over the years. In someways it manages to succeed, but perhaps at the expense of a fully formed feature. Let’s explore more on Eden Reviews.
Citizenfour (2014) tells the story of Edward Snowden leaking information he gathered while working at the NSA, but what can a documentary about such an already widely disuccused topic bring to the table? Find out in the first documentary review on Eden Reviews.