All posts by Paul Klein


A Monster Calls: Review

It now being the new year we are entering the most feared of cinematic periods – award season, and as such for our consideration films are being released for popular viewing. January 1st alone has two films in contention released; Martin Scorsese’s long gestated passion


Passengers – Review

The Hollywood Blacklist (not the one that saw communists unable to work in the 50s) has become a hot ticket for screenwriters. A list of the most liked screenplays that have yet to be produced has given birth to several films many really like: Juno

Film by Film: Alejandro Gonzales Iñárritu

The past two years have been a good two for Mexican movie-maker Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, from his Best Picture Winner/Best Director Winning film Birdman, to his survival movie The Revenant for which he won his second Best Director award. Now that the dust has settled


Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – Review

There is so much to like in this anthology-style Star Wars movie. Not least because it’s the first film set before A New Hope that doesn’t suck. After last years brilliant sequel The Force Awakens, expectations were high for this movie to build on the