Film

In Conversation with Gonzalo Maza: Screenwriting at the BFI

‘It wasn’t me writing – it was a stream of ideas flowing through me…I was simply a tool.’  Among the great names that the BFI Future Film Festival gathered this […]

Exclusive Film Review: Happy Death Day 2U

Happy Death Day was a surprisingly enjoyable horror-comedy that, although limited by a PG-13 rating, managed to be a competent slasher as well as a creative homage to Groundhog Day. […]

Exclusive Double Film Review: Beale Street & Roma

If Beale Street Could Talk Few could have predicted that Moonlight would become the cultural, critical, and commercial phenomenon that it did, but after winning Best Picture in 2017, the […]

90’s Rom-Com She’s All That Turns 20

Whilst Valentines Day has just passed us by, if you’re still looking for that one thing to tug at your heart strings, then look no further than She’s All That, […]

Exclusive Review: Green Book

He’s done it once again. For many spectators, Viggo Mortensen will always be Aragorn from The Lord of the Rings but he did it once again and created a character […]

The 4 Most Disappointing Films of 2018

2018 had a few good surprises as far as films go, but there have also been some major let-downs that underwhelmed me greatly. These are in no particular order: Jurassic […]

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Career Problem

Everyone probably knows about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the former wrestler turned movie star who has become so bankable that he can sell people on a film based on his […]

Cult Retrospective: The Warriors at 40

This year, The Warriors celebrates it’s 40th anniversary, and has endured a gruelling journey in reaching this landmark. Its initial release was hugely successful but was quickly debilitated as its […]

10 years on: is Jennifer’s Body a subversive cult classic?

10 years ago, Jennifer’s Body was released to mixed reviews and failed to leave a mark on audiences. In the coming years, the film has gained a cult fanbase and […]