I don’t mean to open this up being overtly critical but I think we need to talk about film festivals for a second. When a movie appears at a film festival, it automatically gets itself a certain prestigious reputation and … Continue reading East End Film Festival: The Solace of Orpheus – Review
Dan Stevens. More like Damn Stevens, amIright? OK. I promise I won’t spend the entires piece objectifying Dan Stevens but we’ve all been caught in the spell of his blue eyes and dashing blue looks, so I’m sure it is … Continue reading The Best of…Dan Stevens
Super November is directed by Douglas King, starring and written by his frequent collaborator Josie Long, and is the story of a politically charged librarian (Long) in Scotland who’s fallen head over heels for the seemingly perfect man Mikey (Sean Biggerstaff), … Continue reading East End Film Festival 2018: Super November – Review
Jodie Foster is one of the best actress and directors of all time. Now she returns in front of the camera for Hotel Artemis. The film revolves around The Nurse, the manager of Hotel Artemis which is a members-only hospital. … Continue reading Hotel Artemis – Brand New Trailer!
A mother would do anything for her children. Even Breaking In…. that’s the premise for this latest action thriller. The film revolves around Gabrielle Union as a woman whose children have been kidnapped. Held hostage in a house that has impenetrable … Continue reading Breaking In – Brand New Trailer!
Natalie Dormer is such a brilliant actress. She can exude mystery, innocence, and more. So it’s exciting to see her lead this thriller In Darkness. The film revolves around blind pianist Sofia who overhears a struggle in the apartment above … Continue reading In Darkness – Brand New Trailer!