In film lore, you can say Candyman five times in a mirror to summon the murderous vengeful spirt. You can say Bloody Mary five times and spin around to summon a wicked banshee. Or you can forget all the spooky … Continue reading Beetlejuice – 30 Years On…
Christmas movies change when you grow-up. When you are younger, you are immersed in all the glorious festivities. The bright lights, the colours, the mysteries of Father Christmas, and generous gifts from loved ones. It’s all about the children and … Continue reading Nightmare Before Christmas – Jack’s Mid-Life Crisis
There are films out there that beg for a sequel. One’s that need a continuation of the story. Whilst we may be in an age of yawn-worthy, unnecessary sequels that go on and on and on, sometimes there are tales … Continue reading Sicario 2: Soldado – Review
Darkly rich portraits of celebrities have always tickled our fancy and we’re excited to see Natalie Portman sink her teeth into Vox Lux. The film revolves around the rise of famed (and fake) pop-star Celeste. Directed by Brady Corbet, who … Continue reading Vox Lux – Brrand New Trailer!
No self-respecting film reviewer should say too much about the police thriller, The Guilty. How then can I encourage you to see it? I can point to the compelling central performance by Jakob Cedergren as Asger Holm, a Copenhagen police … Continue reading The Guilty – Review
In a marketing move that went awry, the American police shooting drama, The Hate U Give inspired mass walkouts at ‘Cineworld Unlimited’ Surprise Preview screenings across the UK on 8 October. The last Cineworld Unlimited screening was The Incredibles 2 … Continue reading The Hate U Give – Review