Promising Young Woman – Brand New Trailer!

Rape revenge stories have been a sub-genre of films for a while now, with varying results. Whether exploitative or inspiring, the films have made a small audience for themselves. Now we have a more mainstream take with Promising Young Woman.  Starring Carey Mulligan, Allison Brie, and Bo Burnham, the film revolves around a young woman who drops out of University after a devastating incident. Trying … Continue reading Promising Young Woman – Brand New Trailer!

Looking Back…Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle – Review

When I was a child, Jumanji was mine and my sister’s jam. (cough, manji, cough. Jamanji.)  We were obsessed with Robin Williams from Hook to Aladdin, even through Patch Adams and Bicenntial Man. The late comedic and Academy Award winning actor our household entertainment and Jumanji made us smile, laugh, and terrified us. It revolved around a story of a mystical board game and spits … Continue reading Looking Back…Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle – Review

What Makes A Christmas Film?

It’s Christmas time. Or, well, if you are slightly humbug-ish, that period leading up to actual Christmas where all the streets and shops and adverts are stuffed with so much festivities that your turkey’s envious. It is also that time of year where film obsessives come out in their drones to argue the intricacies of a Christmas movie. In a recent poll by YouGov, the … Continue reading What Makes A Christmas Film?

Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Brand New Trailer!

Ghostbusters has been entertaining audiences for thirty years with their stoic sarcastic supernatural fun! Now we have a “third” Ghostbusters film, which looks at the grandkids of an old Ghostbuster tackling with ghouls and ghosts in a near-abandoned town. With Finn Wolfhard leading the child-pack, there is a distinct capitalizing on the Stranger Things pandemic. But Paul Rudd is in at, and we’re excited! What … Continue reading Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Brand New Trailer!

Golden Globes Awards 2020 – Nominations

Is it awards season already? Just as it feels like one could prepare for Awards Season, it springs up on film and television lovers everywhere and before you know it, the nominations are coming in thick and fast. The nominations for the 2020 Golden Globe nominations dropped Monday morning. The list is full of interesting nominations, some being more surprising than others. But yet again … Continue reading Golden Globes Awards 2020 – Nominations

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood – Review

Quentin Tarantino has been writing and directing films of violent vengeance for almost thirty years. His work has been brooding odes to blood-lust in inventive manners that have been hailed as controversial and brilliant in equal measure. Over his past couple of films, one could deduce his fall into over-indulgence. Lengthy and stretched run-times became tests of buttock strength without the story ever having reason … Continue reading Once Upon A Time In Hollywood – Review