Bridget Jones’s Baby – Brand New Trailer!

There is something amiss in this trailer for the latest outing of our rambunctious heroine. Something I can’t quite put my fingers on. The latest outing sees Bridget, well, having a baby but it could be one of two suitors including her old flame Mark Darcy. Why am I untrusting? Maybe it’s because it has been many years since we’ve seen Renee Zellweger’s conception of … Continue reading Bridget Jones’s Baby – Brand New Trailer!

East End Film Festival: Jackrabbit – Review

by Jamie Garwood  Directed by Carleton Ranney and co-written by the director along with Dustin Douglas, this film premiering at the East End Film Festival on 29th June stars Josh Caras (Simon) and Ian Christopher Noel (Max) as two young protagonists in a future America, wrecked by an apocalypse. Set in the future after an event called the ‘reset’, survivors live in fear of overlords … Continue reading East End Film Festival: Jackrabbit – Review

Independence Day: Resurgence – Review #2

(There may be spoilers here.) Independence Day: Resurgence feels like Gus Van Sant’s almost shot for shot remake of Psycho: It looks okay but you leave the cinema asking why they bothered. In clever exposition we find out that before the aliens were destroyed in Independence Day, they sent out a distress signal, calling the hive to assist them. Twenty years later we learn that the … Continue reading Independence Day: Resurgence – Review #2

Pottermore: Get sorted at Wizarding house of Illvermorny

There is lots to be excited for about the upcoming release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. I mean. It’s brand new Harry Potter, y’all. For anyone who felt the heart crushing sorrow, like a Dementor’s kiss, when Harry finally bid farewell to Hogwarts and all its hijinks, Not satisfied with leaving the wizarding world there, J.K. Rowling has helped cultivate play The … Continue reading Pottermore: Get sorted at Wizarding house of Illvermorny

The Fundamentals of Caring – Review

If there’s one thing in films that will never lose it’s appeal, it’s comedic actors taking on serious roles; for decades, audiences have lapped up the idea that someone so funny could pull off a deep, meaningful role and no matter how many times we see it, we’re still endlessly impressed. This time, Paul Rudd is taking a step away from his usual antics to … Continue reading The Fundamentals of Caring – Review

East End Film Festival: God’s Acre – Review

My boyfriend and I live in a three bedroom house with private garden, separate dining room, two bathrooms and a loft conversion. The rent is incredibly reasonable and our landlords are genuinely caring and helpful. You might even say they are like parents to us! You might even say it’s my parent’s house! It is my parent’s house. They are in the bedroom next to … Continue reading East End Film Festival: God’s Acre – Review