Charlie Levenson

Film, Venue

Animation has no age limit

Traditionally, animation has been aimed at children and, with the help of Disney/Pixar, it is firmly stereotyped as something only watched by kids. However, after the huge critical success of Sausage Party, one has start to consider the appeal of animation on adult audiences. Over on the TV side of things, animations getting a wide…

Film, OldVenue

Moody Marvel

The recent release of Deadpool has taken Hollywood by storm; not just because it’s set to rake in $153 million at the US box-office in its opening weekend, and not just because it’s a film that was shelved for 11-years that proved all the Hollywood producers wrong, but because of its recent feats in cinematic…

Film, OldVenue

Review: The Revenant

The January release of The Revenant means this is the second year in a row director Alejandro G. Iñárritu has put out a film very early in the year that is already being touted as one of the potential films of the year (formerly Birdman), and yet we have over 11 months to go. The…

OldVenue, TV

Battle of the Animated

Spongebob Squarepants A yellow sponge. A large pineapple. An underwater crustacean. Three seemingly unrelated things that only become related if you’ve ever watched the nautical adventure show, Spongebob Squarepants. The Nickelodeon TV show, created by Stephen Hillenberg, has been airing episodes since 1999 and is still going strong, no doubt due to its nonsensical, creative…

June 2021
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