Film

Lean on Pete: A Touching Tale of a Boy and His Horse

One of Britain’s rising filmmaking talents is Yorkshire director Andrew Haigh, with acclaimed films such as Weekend and 45 Years, he has shown himself to be a master at realism […]

Rumble: A spiritual exploration of Native American’s musical influence.

In her introduction to Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World at the Canada Now film festival, director Catherine Bainbridge was succinct but passionately claimed that ‘music has the ability […]

Exclusive Interview with Josh Whitehouse for ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

This week I was lucky enough to meet actor, musician and model Josh Whitehouse to discuss his new film ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’ – out in UK cinemas from the […]

Review of ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

Modern Life is Rubbish (showing in UK cinemas as of now) is the debut film of director Daniel Jermone Gill. It is an Indie, gritty romcom which gives an honest […]

Avengers: Infinity War Review – Thanos Demands Your Attention, as Marvel Makes its Boldest Movie Yet

From the release of Jon Favreau’s Iron Man in 2008, and through the seventeen standalone and team-up movies that followed, Avengers: Infinity War finally arrives, the culmination of producer Kevin […]

‘Welcome to the Desert of the Virtually Real’ – Ready Player One and The Heavenly Hazards of Nostalgia

For those of you that have now seen Steven Spielberg’s latest film, Ready Player One, you were no doubt attracted to it, and left your screening of it satisfied, due […]

Problematic Filmmakers: Do They Deserve a Platform?

After a 7- year hiatus, Danish film director and screenwriter Lars von Trier is to return to the Cannes Film Festival this year for his new film. He received a […]

50 Years Later, 2001: A Cinematic Legacy

In 2014 I was lucky enough to see the British Film Institute’s re- release of Stanley Kubrick’s science fiction epic 2001: A Space Odyssey. I hadn’t learned to drive yet […]

Truth or Dare Review – Blumhouse’s Latest Horror Film is Not So Much Daring, As It Is a Game of “Guess the Cliché”

Having championed and spearheaded creative horror films such as Get Out and Lights Out, Blumhouse Productions has gained a welcome reputation for distributing a successful stream of reasonably budgeted horror […]