Steve Stebbing

Breaking down all things pop culture

New To VOD: Hamilton – The massive hit Broadway musical from Lin-Manuel Miranda has now made its way to the Disney+ streaming service for all of us who either will never be able to afford to head to New York City to see the real thing or only have a fleet interest in it, like …

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New To VOD: Irresistible – John Stewart channels some of his justified rage into his second directed feature film but unlike the last true story drama he made last time he is playing into the comedy satire with hopefully better results. Starring Steve Carrell and Rose Byrne, the film focuses on a Democratic political strategist …

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New On VOD: Hazy Little Thing – A very contained little story about a damaged author, we see these films rise up in the independent market across the world but it’s all in how you make it stand out from the others. This film follows Billie, a writer who is floating on the instant success …

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New On VOD: A White, White Day – Scandanavian films are always such a mystery to star it seems and always puts me on a rollercoaster of “what the hell is going on?” until it settles down and then I’m almost always blown away by what I’ve seen. This new film comes from Iceland and …

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New Releases: My Spy – Dave Bautista’s career must be going in a good direction as he has hit the point of his action hero career where he does the obligatory family film just as all the greats have before him, most notably The Rock and John Cena recently. For this film, he plays a …

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New Releases: Birds Of Prey – The DC Cinematic Universe continues on its upswing with this new film that will hopefully wash the taste of Suicide Squad out of our mouths as this is the second kick at the can for Margot Robbie’s version of Harley Quinn, now shedding the shackles of the abusive Jared Leto …

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New Releases: The Grudge – We are now in the cycle of horror where we try out the Japanese waif ghosts again and if you remember, this didn’t work out too well when Paramount tried to reboot The Ring with Rings, a limp and frightening nudge to a story audiences had largely forgotten about. This …

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New Releases: Little Women (Opened on Christmas Day) – Greta Gerwig cements herself as one of the finest contemporary filmmakers working today, adapting Louise May Alcott’s cherished novel and really creating a relatable story for women about women and the struggles of ambition with a societal limit, love with a societal scrutiny and existence under the watchful eye …

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New Releases: Ford v Ferrari – This new biopic should definitely be at the top of your list this weekend as it might be rewarding Christian Bale another Academy Award nomination as well as director James Mangold and the film itself because, let’s face it, the voters eat films like this up and secondly it …

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