A man walks the rain-soaked bricks of 1880s London; a top hat lengthens his shadow as a cape skims the murk and filth of Whitechapel. In his hand a scalpel wielded with malice against an assumed five women, in his history a secret never unlocked…. Jack the Ripper still stalks the streets of London. More than a century after the slayings and we are still … Continue reading A History of Jack the Ripper On Film
The best festival of the year is coming back to London. BFI London Festival is the greatest in showcasing homegrown upcoming favourites, massive overseas triumphs, and a shorts programme. We’re so excited for it we could spit. Already announced are Andy Serkis’ debut feature Breathe for opening Gala and Frances McDormand’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. for closing. But for Headline Galas, there are films such as LGBT drama Call … Continue reading 61st BFI London Film Festival – Full Line-Up Announced!
I have a theory and my theory is this: Everything Ben Mendelsohn touches turns to pure gold. Though there are films that have faltered despite his presence, he is usually the best actor within them. The Australian star has finally secured a global acclaim with critical praise coming from every country in which his film graces. What is spectacular about his work is how he … Continue reading The Best Of…Ben Mendelsohn