Better Watch Out – Review

Everything involved in Better Watch Out lives in a strange place. From genre and tone, to its characters and script, this film seems to constantly hop between two states and, as a result, never truly finds its way. To its core, Better Watch Out is a home invasion film. 17-year-old Ashley (Olivia DeJonge) is spending the night babysitting 12-year-old Luke (Levi Miller) when suddenly they … Continue reading Better Watch Out – Review

Golden Globe Awards – Nominations 2017!

Yes, award seasons is well and truly here for us to tear and take apart, rallying behind our Perhaps one of the most controversial is the Golden Globes, due to the separation of  Comedy and Drama. And now we have the nominations, we can finally dig into the intricacies of the awards. For a start, Get Out is considered a Comedy. Whilst we know it’s … Continue reading Golden Globe Awards – Nominations 2017!

The Muppet Christmas Carol – 25th Anniversary!

I don’t need to tell you the story of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol; there’s about a million and a half different versions of the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and his trans formative Christmas Eve, but one stands above them all. It’s not George C. Scott, it’s not Alastair Simm, and it’s not Jim Carrey. It’s the most sensational, inspirational, celebrational, Muppetational (Ed: this isn’t a … Continue reading The Muppet Christmas Carol – 25th Anniversary!

Shot Caller – Brand New Trailer!

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is so underrated; he is consistently among the best and most engaging actors in Game of Thrones, and it’s nice to see him gaining a presence in feature films. It’s usually a supporting role, but now Coster-Waldau is taking the lead in crime thriller Shot Caller. Jacob Harlon (Coster-Waldau), a successful financier, is sent to jail after a drink driving accident. In order … Continue reading Shot Caller – Brand New Trailer!

British Independent Film Awards – Winners 2017!

The British Independent Film Awards is the film event of the year. You have your Oscars and your BAFTAs but if you love your cinema raw, passionate, and greatly made, then the BIFAs are for you. Now we finally have the winners, and it is good. God’s Own Country walked away with the biggest prize of Best British Independent Film. Alongside scooping up the gong, … Continue reading British Independent Film Awards – Winners 2017!