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.
Depending on who you ask, ‘Tenet’ is either a masterpiece or the sort of film that leaves you scratching your head in confusion.
“Senseless”, “all but unfollowable”, and “no clear sense of who anyone is” – believe it or not, those are some of the kinder phrases used.
Sex, drugs, rock n’ roll and Satanism come together in Marc Meyers’ latest offering, ‘We Summon the Darkness’.
The first ‘Frozen’ may have inspired endless singalongs around the world, but the follow-up looks to have missed the mark.
On Saturday, ‘Joker’ premiered at the Venice Film Festival. The first thing we should mention is that it received an eight-minute standing ovation.
‘Stroop: Journey into the Rhino Horn War’ is an award-winning South African wildlife documentary directed by Susan Scott, which seeks to uncover the saga relating to rhino poaching and international trafficking.
Disillusioned youth and communities lost in time are two pillars of ‘Die Stopers’ or ‘The Harvesters’, a moody coming-of-age drama from writer-director Etienne Kallos.
‘The Upside’ is based on a true story about an unlikely friendship between a wealthy man with quadriplegia and his careworker. While the premise sounds a bit cold, stuffy and depressing, their unexpected friendship is anything but.
‘Five Fingers for Marseilles’ proved we’re able to make homegrown westerns that are sweeping, taut, politically-charged, poetic and epic. It’s in this same light that ‘Sew the Winter to My Skin’ arrives.
There have been many iterations of Spider-Man over the years with a number of reboots and now an animated spin-off.
‘Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle’ is a curious film, following closely in the wake of Disney’s ‘The Jungle Book’ live-action adaptation.
‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web’ is a strange creature, based on a book that continues the Millennium series, which wasn’t written by the original ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ author, Stieg Larsson.