Zander Tyler, better known as Jack Parow is a rapper, who has become one with South African pop culture. Easily recognisable thanks to his over-sized caps, facial hair and loud outfits, he’s one of the few Afrikaans music artists to crack the international scene.
Spling is hosting a watch party turned movie night festival for ‘Jurassic Park’ on Saturday, November 28, at Go Drive In in Cape Town and online via Showmax from 6:30PM.
‘Rebecca’ tells the tale of Mrs De Winter, a young newlywed who finds herself out of her depth on an imposing family estate following a whirlwind romance. Try as it may, Alfred Hitchcock’s adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel is still superior.
‘Flatland’ is a sprawling and epic adventure crime western from writer-director, Jenna Cato Bass. Her films push cinematic boundaries and are never dull, starting with ‘Love the One You Love’, then ‘High Fantasy’ and now ‘Flatland’.
‘The Unfamiliar’ is a psychological horror just in time for Halloween from South African director Henk Pretorius. Locally, the versatile director is best known for his comedy films: ‘Bakgat’, ‘Leading Lady’ and ‘Fanie Fourie’s Lobola’.
The stay-at-home watch party concept is ideal for those who want to enjoy being terrified from the comfort of their couch.
‘Totally Under Control’ chronicles the Trump administration’s response to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Through interviews with public health and inside political officials, the filmmakers contrast this discussion with South Korea’s much more effective response.
It’s important to contextualise ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ within Charlie Kaufman’s film career because his previous work will serve as a guide as to whether this film is for you or not.
‘Da 5 Bloods’ is a Spike Lee joint. The story follows the surviving members of Da 5 Bloods, four African American war veterans, who return to Vietnam to recover the remains of their fallen squad leader and a buried fortune.
‘Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-truth World’ is a documentary about the investigative work and team behind Bellingcat, an international media watchdog agency of citizen journalists.
Before Rami Malek won an Oscar and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ reignited old fans and introduced a new generation to Queen’s music, the renaissance had already begun. ‘The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story’ chronicles that journey.
‘Destroyer’ allows Kidman to let it all hang out as cantankerous, unhinged LA cop, Erin Bell. This is a surprisingly Australian film when you consider the shared heritage of director-actor duo of Karyn Kusama and Nicole Kidman.