33rd Independent Spirit Awards – Nominations

We try to celebrate independent cinema as much as we possibly can here, which is why The Independent Spirit Awards are always so exciting. It’s amazing to see the year’s most outstanding smaller pictures get the glory, and this year is no exception. This year’s nominations speak volumes of just how good 2017 cinema was. Call Me By Your Name leads the pack with six nominations, … Continue reading 33rd Independent Spirit Awards – Nominations

La La Land – Review

There’s a lot of detraction against the film industry. Many folks are dismayed about the industry and its state of affairs. Between over-inflated ticket prices, remakes and countless sequels, big movies telling the same story, and underwhelming blockbusters, it’s easy to feel uneasy about cinema and wane away from it. Movie obsessives and critics will throw back their arms at this proclamation and scream: “No!” … Continue reading La La Land – Review

Battle of the Sexes – Review

Despite the strides that we’ve made in the modern world, we are still unequal. Divided are we across the globe, whether it is sex, sexuality, or race, there are people who choose to segregate us. Even in modern societies, or first world countries, we still have discrepancies, particularly when it comes to women. In America or even the UK, there are still crevices of inequality, … Continue reading Battle of the Sexes – Review

Journeyman – Brand New Trailer

Who doesn’t love Paddy Considine? The Northern actor and director (and silver fox) is perhaps one of our countries greatest talents. Everything he touches turns to instant gold. Whether that’s a stirring supporting act in recent glorious film Macbeth or tackling directing in powerful drama Tyrannosaur, or utterly excellent comedic timing in comedies such as Hot Fuzz… … we all know Considine can tackle it. … Continue reading Journeyman – Brand New Trailer