The Last of Us: Why am I bawling at a zombie series?
I went into episode three hoping for more fungi-headed zombies and ended up drenched in my own tears… bravo.
An ode to Martin McDonagh
To celebrate his mastery of black comedy, Soggy Popcorn takes a chronological look through the films of writer/director Martin McDonagh.
Triangle of Sadness ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Fantastic acting, a gripping plot, and society’s elite vomiting caviar all over themselves – this seabound black comedy has it all.
The Pale Blue Eye ⭐⭐⭐
Harry Potter’s cousin teams up with Batman to solve murders in a military academy, and it’s not half bad.
Although the maestro Cate Blanchett tries her very best to drag this film forward, it’s a grey-toned chore that’s about 40 minutes too long.
A subtle plot that left me searching for more answers in an emotional debut from director Charlotte Wells.