Wayne’s 4 x 2: Everything Everywhere All at Once, Yellowjackets, and MORE!

Film: Everything Everywhere All at Once

This off-the-wall martial arts action-fantasy film will blow your mind. Starring Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn who works in a laundromat under pressure from her husband and the IRS. One day, Evelyn develops supernatural powers when an interdimensional rift in reality opens up and multiversal dangers threaten the fate of the world. Evelyn must tap into the skills and lives of her alternate reality counterparts to battle the interdimensional threats from an unravelling reality. Everything Everywhere All at Once is available in cinemas.

Watch the trailer here.


Series: Yellowjackets

This thriller series follows the lives of a team of talented all-girl high-school soccer team whose plane crashes deep in the Ontario wilderness in two different points in time. The show documents their struggle for survival in the wilderness after the initial crash, as well as their attempts to piece their lives back together after the incident. The show is a psycological drama layered with dark comedy and moments of horror. Yellowjackets is available on Paramount Plus.

Check out the trailer here.


Film: The Northman

The latest installment of Robert Eggers is a gritty Viking fantasy-epic starring Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicole Kidman, Ethan Hawke, and Willem Dafoe (just to name a few). A classic fairytale of revenge, the story follows Amleth’s (Skarsgård) quest for vengenance after his father King Aurvandill War-Raven (Hawke) is murdered by his Uncle Feng (Claes Bang). The film is a meticulously researched and shot film, as is typical of Eggers. The Northman is available in cinemas.

Watch the trailer here.


Album: (watch my moves) Kurt Vile

(watch my moves) is the highly anticipated tenth studio album from Philidelphian singer-songwriter Kurt Vile. This latest album highlights his talents as a sing, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist through tracks that are meditative and laid back. Check out Kurt Vile’s unique style of “fried” pop in his lastest album (watch my moves) on Spotify.

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