Looking Back…Gone Baby Gone (2007)

There is a fascination with families who go into the same profession together. On one hand, it is perfectly natural for families to feel drawn to a specific career choice, the other hand suggests that jealousy and anger must run rampant. Think of Gary Oldman’s sister who regularly punts on Eastenders or Will Smith’s third child, naturally there are going be siblings that succeed at … Continue reading Looking Back…Gone Baby Gone (2007)

John Wick Chapter 2: A Symphony of Violence – Brand New Trailer!

I have a confession to make. At the time of writing this article, I have not seen the first John Wick film… I know. It is practically a sin against cinema itself, and I am unworthy to grace this page with my musings on the latest trailer for the sequel. But what the hell, I was never one for doing good things. I just do … Continue reading John Wick Chapter 2: A Symphony of Violence – Brand New Trailer!

Late Nights at the Ritzy – Trainspotting!

It’s been many a long year since the original Trainspotting came out, just over twenty to be precise. In that time, we have seen government’s rise and fall; superheroes dominate our screens and a slew of other events that are some sort of combination of important and banal. But I digress. January 27th sees Danny Boyle’s sequel to Irvine Welsh’s original story of drug addicts … Continue reading Late Nights at the Ritzy – Trainspotting!

Manifesto – New trailer

Is there anyone at this point who doubts Cate Blanchett? The stunning Aussie actress has proved time and time again that she’s one of the most talented working today, and that’s why there’s nothing surprising about finding out she plays 13 different characters in her new film, because if anyone can pull it off, it’s her. Manifesto is a feature film adaptation of a multi-screen … Continue reading Manifesto – New trailer

Unpopped Kernels: The Final Girls (2015)

Maybe because our world feels really heavy with nostalgia but we are choosing to look back for our entertainment. Especially with the Eighties. The world was adored the Netflix original show Stranger Things whilst most horror films out at the moment are ridiculous heavy on the synth (like, cool it guys.) The era that brought us shoulder pads, big hair, and leg warmers is perhaps are … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: The Final Girls (2015)