(This review has some spoilers) Horror’s greatest monster is isolation. Loneliness is a major factor for our everyday troubles. A quiet solo night-in causes your brain to conjure vivid monsters and utmost bloodshed without much hesitation. Prolonged absence and ostracised … Continue reading The Wind – Frightfest 2019 Review
Martin McDonagh has had a history of dark hits on stage and on screen. His most famous work is undeniably Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – winning him a whole multitude of awards including a BAFTA for Best Picture and … Continue reading In Bruges – Review
Occasionally you see a trailer that grabs your attention straight away. That’s how we felt with mystery, black comedy Knives Out. Now we’re even more thrilled to see it enter the bill at BFI London Film Festival! Knives Out revolves … Continue reading Knives Out announced as LFF American Express Gala film!
It’s that time of year again….where we start getting trailers for Christmas songs! Woop! Last Christmas revolves around a young women stuck in a rut as she is kicked out of her apartment and struggles to make something of herself. … Continue reading Last Christmas – Brand New Trailer!
The film we’ve been looking forward to the most – Greta Gerwig’s Little Women! Based on a popular book, the film revolves around four sisters who have lofty ambitions, fall in love, and generally look after one another. With Saoirse … Continue reading Little Women – Brand New Trailer!
Music is can unite us all. It can cross divides and break down walls. The idea that someone can craft how you are feeling and inspire you to live with more passion and inspiration. What’s more, music can wrap itself … Continue reading Blinded by the Light – Review