Netflix’s Animal Crackers (2020) is the perfect school holiday snack

Netflix’s latest family-friendly offering is a movie which once again, unsurprisingly, has had a troubled path to the screen. Originally premiering at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in 2017, it was due to be released first by Relativity Media, then Serafini Releasing and Entertainment Studios before eventually ending up with Netflix for a release…

In Fabric (2019) offers us fashion to die for.

Atmospheric, sinister and devilishly surreal by turns, “In Fabric” feels like the kind of creepy, abstract menace which used to call for irregularities to be handled by the forces controlling each dimension, albeit one where transuranic heavy elements may not be used. Sheila (Marianne Jean-Baptiste), a recently divorced bank teller visits department store Dentley and…

Across The View Askewniverse: Jay And Silent Bob Reboot (2019) Review

There’s little point in denying that “Jay And Silent Bob Reboot” is Smith’s most self-referential work to date. If “Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back” was Smith’s first greatest hits album, this is the remastered re-release with all the old hits and a few tracks from the more recent releases, wrapped up in deliberately nostalgic…