All posts by Guy Pullen

Ant-Man and the Wasp: A light and refreshing entry to the MCU

It’s ironic that the 20th entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is not a grand epic crossover like Infinity War, but instead a sequel to Ant-Man; better remembered for Edgar […]

Q&A with Michael Lehmann – director of Heathers (1988) and American Horror Story (2011-2013)

Michael Lehmann’s most celebrated film, teenage black comedy Heathers turns 30 this year. With it comes a re-release and a short run back in UK cinemas. To only know Lehmann by Heathers would be […]

Heathers: teenage murder-comedy turns 30

Michael Lehmann’s cult dark-comedy Heathers is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a re-mastered re-release in UK cinemas. And with this comes the opportunity to have another look at the film that cemented both Winona Ryder […]

The Best Films of 2018 (So Far…)

August is upon us, now is probably as fitting a time as ever to have a look back at the films that have come out in the UK in 2018 […]

The Worst Films of 2018 (So Far…)

August is upon us, now is probably as fitting a time as ever to have a look back at the films that have come out in the UK in 2018 […]

Mission Impossible: Fallout – A franchise not yet ready to bomb

Mission Impossible is one of the most definitive spy-action franchises, perhaps second only to James Bond. The franchise started as a one-off adaption of a television series and quickly became its […]

James Gunn gets fired: a deserving victim of Hollywood?

Last week James Gunn was fired by Disney from directing the forthcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3. This was due to the unearthing of a series of offensive tweets he […]

All Grown Up: Rosemary’s Baby celebrates it’s 50th birthday

In the last 5 years popular culture has seen a small resurgence of slow-burning psychological horror films with entries like It Follows, Hereditary, Mother, The Babadook, and The Witch. In light of these recent hits, […]

First Reformed: Paul Schrader’s entrance into the directorial canon

Christianity and environmental activism are complex issues that can make both great and terrible films. For every Silence or Wall-E, there are a God’s Not Dead or On Deadly Ground’s. Combining these two topics together is […]