The Show – East End Film Festival Review

I have been in love with the medium of film for almost eight years now, and I can say with absolute certainty that there is no better feeling than being blind sided by a truly amazing film. To go in with your expectations at a very grounded level, or even no expectations at all, and then being completely knocked off your feet is sensational; having … Continue reading The Show – East End Film Festival Review

Daddy’s Home 2 – Brand New Trailer!

There are comedies out there that shouldn’t make you laugh. You are so adamant that you’ll hate it and then, all of a sudden, you’re practically wetting yourself out of glee. You wind up finishing the film with a sore stomach and the whiff of a toilet between your legs. I mean, ugh. Anyway, for me, Daddy’s Home was that. It relied on the fact … Continue reading Daddy’s Home 2 – Brand New Trailer!

Jungle – Brand New Trailer!

Whilst many will say that Jungle is Radcliffe’s first survival film, I would posit that it is in fact Swiss Army Man where he first showed off his ability to adapt and survive, albeit as a magic corpse. Jungle sees Radcliffe as the protagonist of a “True Story” (Gee Hollywood, why don’t you try being original for once?) where he and his friends are left … Continue reading Jungle – Brand New Trailer!

From Amish to A-List: The Story of Raindance’s Elliot Grove

You wouldn’t want to be caught in a movie theatre when Jesus comes back, would you?” I was born into an Amish Mennonite family in Ontario and I was forbidden to go to the movie theatre because ‘the devil lived there’. One hot August day, I was sent to the local village to buy a part we needed on the farm. It was going to … Continue reading From Amish to A-List: The Story of Raindance’s Elliot Grove

Waking David – East End Film Festival Review

A drama in the classic British social realism genre, Waking David is the story of ordinary people in unusual circumstances. A young American is in London for a conference, and goes to meet the family of her estranged and deceased father, who she hardly knew. His family, however, consist of his wife, her new fiancée and her daughter, all of whom have secrets to hide … Continue reading Waking David – East End Film Festival Review