Animation is an interesting world at the moment. You have a large selection of work being produced in all animation mediums. With the likes of Pixar and Studio Ghibli it can be difficult to choose a favourite. Yet of all … Continue reading Kubo and the Two Strings – Review
Rape is perhaps the most sensitive subject to convey in film. After all, the traumatic experience is often the most misunderstood and controversial, with victim’s voices being subjected repeatedly to scorn and disbelief. For years, rape had two reasons to … Continue reading Elle – Brand New Trailer!
Behind every famed man, there is a woman who actually did the work. Take space travel. Actually, all of that only happened because women did the bulk of the calculations. Enter Hidden Figures to show us the truth about it all! The film revolves around brilliant mathematician Katherine Johnson who worked with Dorothy Vaughn and Mary Jackson as the man brains who sent John Glenn into space. On the ground, however, the ladies have to contend sexism and racism. The stories of capable women we had no idea existed is one palpable and important. Wth Tarji P. Henderson, Octavia Spencer, … Continue reading Hidden Figures – First Clip!
There are many films that deal with the subject of death and Collateral Damage has splice it with A Christmas Carol sentiments. The film revolves around Howard, a man who recently lost his daughter. Whilst he attends therapy and tries … Continue reading Collateral Beauty – Brand New Trailer!
by Scott Marshall Since the sad news of his death at the start of year, the immense cultural impact of David Bowie’s work has come sharply into focus again. All his big hits have been trotted out ad infinitum, but … Continue reading The Man Who Fell To Earth – Review
September has arrived, bringing with it a new selection of TV series to sate your appetite through the winter upcoming winter months when it’s too cold and dark to go outside. Recently, FOX has released its Fall Line-up, a veritable … Continue reading FOX Fall Line Up – 2016