I never used to be somebody who could binge watch; I found it stressful, like I was racing to the end of a show as opposed to actually watching it. That changed eventually, where I could watch multiple episodes of a show in a day, as I do now, but full TV Seasons in one day were still a no. It wasn’t until I finally … Continue reading You Must Watch…Big Little Lies (Amazon)
New Zealand comedy has become increasingly popular over the past couple of years. That has largely been down to Taika Waititi’s gloriousness, bringing us the taste of the islands. Through films such as What We Do in the Shadows and Boy, Waititi has successfully brought the world of New Zealand to our shores without including a single hobbit. But the countries comedic history is so … Continue reading The Breaker Upperers – Review
As you should all know, we’re very fond of the London Film Festival; it’s one of our favourite events of the year, and we’re pleased to hear that it’ll be coming back to us this October from 10th-21st. 11 days of creatively rich cinema, the BFI are now taking submissions for films to be presented at the festival. The deadline for all short films (40 … Continue reading BFI London Film Festival – Date Announcement
There are plenty of video game adaptations out there but none of them have ever gone well. Could this latest one to well? Rampage is based on 1980s video game of the same now and revolves around a giant white ape who terrorises a city. Welp. It is up to DWAYNE JOHNSON to help bring him down. It’s DWAYNE JOHNSON. At this point, I’d watch … Continue reading Rampage – Brand New Trailer!
Holly Kane (Kirsty Avery) is a 29 year old psychologist obsessed in her efforts to control her subconscious mind. Pursued by an impulsive stranger and an iconic psychologist, Holly’s drug fuelled experiments lead her into a state of paranoia and madness, as the situation becomes dangerously out of control. The Holly Kane Experiment is undeniably ambitious, but falls short of anything great; it’s strengths lie in … Continue reading The Holly Kane Experiment – Review