All posts tagged Film

Film Review: Frozen II

Winter turns to autumn, as the Frozen franchise matures into an epic of strong characterisation, emotional storytelling and an elevated emphasis on the bigger picture. In 2013, Frozen took the […]

Film Review: The King

Netflix’s The King is inspired by William Shakespeare’s famous group of history plays the Henriad. Directed by David Michôd, it stars Timothée Chalamet and Robert Pattinson. While the former sports […]

Film Review: Marriage Story

Divorce is an unpopular cinematic subject and it is easy to see why. It’s boring, emotionally draining and remarkably un-cinematic. Whilst plenty of filmmakers have tackled it before, it is […]

Film Review: Doctor Sleep

If you’re a film fan, then you probably know about The Shining, one of the best horror movies ever made. You probably also know that it was based on a […]

Film Review: The Irishman

Director Martin Scorsese is known for many kinds of films, but he’s probably most famous for his gangster movies, despite having only made four in his 50-year career. He’s also […]

Terminator: Dark Fate Review

Terminator is one of the best examples of a franchise that really should have stayed dead. Both The Terminator and T2 were great standalone films, but Rise of the Machines […]

Rabid: Original vs Remake (Spoilers for both)

Today’s article will be structured differently. Instead of a standard review, I will be contrasting two films, one being Rabid (1977) and the other being Rabid (2019) and seeing what […]

LFF Film Thoughts: Part II

Waves Trey Edward Shults’s previous film, It Comes at Night was one that I liked on first viewing but was lacking in retrospect, especially with the weak story and dull […]

LFF Film Thoughts: Part I

I went to this year’s London Film Festival for the third year in a row, this time seeing seven films in total. I won’t cover my opinion on every film […]