Ouija: Origin of Evil – Brand New Trailer!

When you were a pre-teen, a lot of you may have dabbled in the supernatural. Unlike me. No siree. I didn’t have a collection of pseudo-gothic/emo friends who pretended to cast spells and had séances on a regular basis. That wasn’t me. Nope. Ok. Maybe it was. But in my defence, the occult really (and still does) interested me. And one thing every person has … Continue reading Ouija: Origin of Evil – Brand New Trailer!

Desire Will Set You Free – East End Film Festival Review

If there’s one genre of film that definitely doesn’t get enough attention it may well be LGBTQ films. I’m not referring to films that featured LGBTQ characters which can be, at best, problematic. I’m referring to a whole genre of films about the LGBTQ society made by LGBTQ film makers. If you’re struggling to name any major LGBTQ-centric films don’t be entirely surprised. GLAAD conducted studies on … Continue reading Desire Will Set You Free – East End Film Festival Review

Independence Day: Resurgence – Review

by Elliott Baker and Sarah Cook Roughly twenty years ago, Independence Day was released. Despite a mixed review from critics and audiences alike, the alien invasion garb has stuck in our minds as the height of cheesy nineties action romps. Iconic scenes of the bloody White House exploded, aliens turning puppets to humans, and cigar touting heroes have been immortalised in our minds forever. Independence … Continue reading Independence Day: Resurgence – Review

Open City Documentary Festival: Olmo and the Seagull

I am not well versed in the world of theatre. Despite previous passions for acting, it’s something I know next to nothing about, though I do have some actress friends who are obsessed with it, and saw them together in a college production of Chekhov’s The Seagull about a year and a half ago. The play was brilliant. Both of them were exceptional as was … Continue reading Open City Documentary Festival: Olmo and the Seagull