Winter is coming, indeed! And we are getting ready with these great movies and series on Netflix. So with new seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Vikings, and Good Doctor as well as great movies such as Set It Up, The Lady in the Van and The 5th Wave, your June is going to be very very busy (check the links for the […]
The cluster comes together for one final mission in hopes that love conquers all, in the trailer for Sense8: The Series Finale.
We’ve been waiting with baited breath to find out who the guests for the inaugural Comic Con Africa will be, and Reed Exhibition Africa, ReedPOP and VS Gaming have announced that the second international guest will be popular sci-fi and fantasy actor, Rick Worthy.
The tapes are back! There are just a few weeks left until the premiere of 13 Reasons Why season 2, which picks up in the aftermath of Hannah’s (Katherine) death and follows the characters journey towards healing and recovery.
It’s all about May, and streaming services have some great content from favourites such as Quantico, The Comeback and Pulp Fiction. And new content such as Dear White People season 2 and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 4.
As a fan of comic books, movies, books and generally all things nerdy, FanCon, a comic convention that takes place every year in Cape Town is one of my highlights.
The South African film industry is going through a renaissance, with the excellent drama, Inxeba: The Wound that was re-released last month, and many other great films in the pipeline in April.
This April, we get to see a number of power houses such as Tracy Morgan and Sandra Oh returning to television in new epic shows.
The April evenings are becoming colder and we still have plenty of public holidays upon us, what’s better than to get into some binge-watching? Netflix and Showmax have an array of new movies, series and documentaries to sink your teeth in this April. Check out the list here:
Marvel has had an array of new series out, and with the forthcoming Cloak and Dagger they will have established themselves in the young adult programming, but Runaways their first teen series on Hulu by Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, set the tone for how the superhero boom affected teenagers.