by Frankie Harlow We all have those people that we have loved and lost over the years. Maybe you have fallen out, moved away or just lost contact with each other. I have someone who I was very close to throughout all of secondary school, who I lost contact with over the course of university. Every now and again I still think of them, maybe … Continue reading London Korean Film Festival 2018: Old Love – Review
There is something to be said for films that focus on everyday life. There are no large explosions, dance numbers or gun fights. The couple might not end up together at the end, the protagonist doesn’t always win and life will continue on in the same way that it does for all of us. But, watching a film that focuses in on the minutea of … Continue reading London Korean Film Festival 2018: This Charming Girl – Review
Do you want to be a budding writer? Have you ever wanted to pen for film? Why not listen to the experts? Created by BAFTA award-winning screenwriter Jeremy Brock, the Screenwrtiers’ Lecture Series celebrates nine years and is certainly bringing you it’s best yet. This series takes established filmmakers and talent to give insights from their careers, imparting wisdom on The series is supported by … Continue reading BAFTA Screenwriter’s Lectures 2018
Have you ever admired an actors ability so much that you’ll watch anything they are in? Anything. For some reason, there is a gratification button that flashes read every time you remotely enjoy a thing and/or person, and it spirals you out of control. If you’ve never experienced this with an actor, think about a soap you love, a sport, perhaps, or simply something that … Continue reading Sherlock Gnomes – Review
When Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them came out in 2016, audiences were left with two major thoughts – more beasts, less Johnny Depp. Flash forward two years and we’ve got this sequel-prequel thing that has mere glimpses of beasts and far more Johnny Depp than we ever asked for. Directed by David Yates and written by J.K. Rowling, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of … Continue reading Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – Review
At just 26, Paige became one of pro-wrestling’s best champions. Now there is a whole film about her journey. Directed by Stephan Merchant and starring Florence Pugh, the film revolves around a pro-wrestling family whose daughter Saraya dreams of becoming a WWF fighter. This looks to be an amazing uplifting film. What do you think? Fighting with My Family is out 2019! Continue reading Fighting With My Family – Brand New Trailer!