Stranger Things season two premieres tomorrow, but Young Post was lucky and got a preview (heh heh heh) so here's what we think ... literally.
This third foray into Thor's solo films is being hailed as the best MCU movie yet, and maybe because the studio changed things up a little. Here's what you need to know.
Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok is almost perfect thanks to Chris Hemsworth, Taika Waititi, and a star-studded cast but Cate Blanchett deserved better
MCU continues to let the side down when it comes to its villains.
Free up your calendar and make a date with your mates, because these are the biggest film releases for the rest of 2017.
Judi Dench is queenly (again) in Victoria & Abdul, an otherwise all-too rose-tinted view of Britain’s colonial past [Review]
Styled as the unofficial sequel to Mrs Brown, which explored the relationship between British monarch Queen Victoria and her Scottish servant John Brown, Stephen Frears’ Victoria & Abdul takes a look at the British monarch’s friendship with 24 year-old Indian man Abdul Karim.
In Norse mythology, Ragnarok sees the end of the world and the deaths of Odin, Thor, Loki, and Heimdall, followed by the re-emergence of the world anew. Appropriately, Thor: Ragnarok sees a complete rebirth in tone and feel to the Thor franchise.
Another MCU first-timer is the director himself, who appears in the film as an eight-foot-tall Kronan warrior made of purple rocks. Obviously.
The controversial artist’s documentary looks at the plight of people who have been pushed out of their homes and countries – like he himself has been.
The Miracles of the Namiya General Store shows us that human kindness transcends time and space [Review]
In a tale of aspirations and advice transmitted between characters from two different time periods, this Japanese drama reminds us that strong bonds can be formed through the most mysterious of circumstances.
Japanese satire Teiichi: Battle of Supreme High a surprise hit that pokes fun at the absurdity of high school politics [Review]
Great acting and amusing plot twists make this adaptation of popular manga series a fun time for everyone.