As festival season approaches, the East End Film Festival is returning to it’s usual spring slot to deliver another celebration of some of the best films the world has to offer this year. Let’s take a look at this year’s … Continue reading East End Film Festival 2018 – Line-Up
With the rise of technology, there always comes inevitable detractors. Many people who believe that we’ve all become zombies, attached to our screens and our social media lives. There is some truth to it: As much as the internet connects … Continue reading Ingrid Goes West – Review
We’ve seen this movie before: a disfigured child struggles to find acceptance but bonds with [complete the blank]. From Mask, the 1985 film starring Eric Stoltz as Rocky Dennis, a child brought up with a skull deformity raised by his … Continue reading Wonder – Review
by Charlotte Harrison I had my doubts. It seems important to open with this admission to fully understand my post-watching feelings about the film. The disasters with the poster art, overblown trailers and snippets of the book being shared on … Continue reading Ready Player One – Review
Directorial debuts seem to be getting better and better. Confident filmmakers are emerging with these incredible and masterful movies. Francis Lee is one such director who has commanded a sensitive yet powerful piece of cinematic art in God’s Own Country, … Continue reading God’s Own Country – Review
I adore Kate McKinnon – the Emmy award-winning SNL performer is just brilliant and Mila Kunis has come into her own as a comedic actor. So we’re excited for this team up. The Spy Who Dumped Me does what it … Continue reading The Spy Who Dumped Me – Brand New Trailer!