Another year means another bout of movies! Now that the New Year has begun it means we need to look at what we’ll be spending…… Read More »The Year Ahead in Film: What to Watch in 2023...
It’s been a grand old year, politically, economically and of course cinematically. A glut of brilliant films have come forth and offered us insights and…… Read More »The Top Ten films of 2022...
Action movies, of late, have gotten one hell of a shot in the arm. Maybe because stunt coordinators like Chad Stahelski and David Leitch are… Read More »Violent Night review – naughty… in the nicest way
Disney are a behemoth, they are less a studio than their own economic country piping out high end quality products across all platforms. Even with… Read More »Strange World review – offers plenty for all ages
When Ti West dropped his porno-slasher movie X earlier this year it was a surprise hit with tits, gore, Kid Cudi’s massive wang and a… Read More »Pearl review – Never before has a smile been laced with so much threat and tragedy
When award season rolls around it’s inevitable that at least one fairly so-so biopic come along in the hope of hoovering up a few awards.… Read More »Weird: The Al Yankovic Story review – weird in the best possible way
The current state of the DCEU is a mess. From completed films not being released, to completed films that probably shouldn’t be released, it could… Read More »Black Adam review – delivers on world building and Dwayne Johnson stoic looks
One of the biggest surprises of 2019 was Rian Johnson’s uproariously funny whodunit Knives Out. Giving us Daniel Craig at his most fun as South… Read More »LFF 2022: Glass Onion review – silly, fun go-around with cinema’s best new character
Certain directors have tropes, or cliches. For Spielberg you can expect absent dads (looking forward to The Fablemans), Tim Burton has skeletons and weird trees,… Read More »LFF 2022: Pinocchio review – a treat for all ages and that’s no lie
There is no denying that the biggest thing to happen to the world of entertainment in recent years is the MeToo movement. Like any major… Read More »LFF 2022: She Said review – a chilling comment on a still ongoing problem
*the following showed as a surprise film during the London Film Festival We’re in a time of economic downturn and real financial worry for many.… Read More »LFF 2022: The Menu review – a darkly funny story of how people truly are mad