Gaia – Release News

GAIA is released on and other digital platforms from 24 September.

An injured forest ranger on a routine mission is saved by two off-the-grid survivalists. What is initially a welcome rescue grows more suspicious as the son and his renegade father reveal a cultish devotion to the forest. When their cabin is attacked by a strange being it’s clear there is a far greater threat in this unrelenting wilderness.

The Show – Release News

THE SHOW is released on and other digital platforms from 18 October.

Fletcher, a frighteningly focused man of many talents, passports, and identities, arrives in Northampton – a strange and haunted town in the heart of England. On a mission to locate a stolen artefact for his menacing client, Fletcher finds himself entangled in a twilight world populated with vampires, sleeping beauties, Voodoo gangsters, noir private eyes, and masked avengers. Fletcher quickly discovers that dreams and reality have blurred and there might no longer be a real world to go back to.  Welcome to The Show.

The Maid – Release News


This supernatural revenge thriller tells the story of Joy (Ploy Sornarin), a young woman from the country, who travels to the city to work as a housemaid at the fabulously wealthy house of Uma (Savika Chaiyadei) and Nirach (Teerapat Sajakul). Joy is the replacement for their previous maid who suddenly ‘resigned’ in mysterious circumstances.  Her duties include the care of their young daughter Nid (Keetapat Pongrue) who suffers with frightening hallucinations that are attributed to a rare hereditary brain condition.

Irresistible (2020) Movie Review

Director: Jon Stewart

Writer: Jon Stewart (Screenplay)

Starring: Steve Carell, Rose Byrne, Chris Cooper, Brent Sexton, Will Sasso, C.J. Wilson, Mackenzie Davis, Topher Grace, Natasha Lyonne

Plot: A Democratic strategist helps a retired veteran run for mayor in a small, conservative Midwest town.

Tagline – Send In The Clowns This Spring

Runtime: 1 Hour 41 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Irresistible starts when Democratic strategist Gary Zimmer (Carell) sees him career in tatters after losing the latest Presidential race, with him needing to try and find a new way to make an impact when it comes to the next election. Gary turns to a veteran Jack Hastings (Cooper) in the Midwest who has stood up against Mayor, speaking for the people.

As Gary starts his campaign, his old rival Faith Brewster (Byrne) arrives in town to lead the campaign for Major Braun (Sexton), as the battle between the two becomes the bigger story.

Thoughts on Irresistible

ThoughtsIrresistible is a satirical look at a mayor race that spirals out of control when two strategies continue their person battle in the aftermath of the Presidential campaign. This could have a bigger meaning, but does get caught up too heavily in poking fun at the people who are running campaigns, over the people who are in the spotlight of the campaign. The performances in the film are strong with Carell and Byrne shining in the comical timing. The supporting cast as fun too, with each person getting a moment to shine through the film. If you are outside the US, certain parts of this will come off a mix of comical, even if you don’t get how certain problems in the campaign unfold. This does highlight of much of a divide in the parties of the Demographic and Republican parties in the US.

Final Thoughts Irresistible is a fun satire at how a political campaign can be run.