Ask Any Buddy – BFI Flare Film Festival 2020 Review

Our online culture has definitely made seeking sex a lot easier to seek out. With the rise of Grinder, Tinder, and porn sites, it seems that it is easier to access casual courting. This was not always the case and during the seventies, most men would find adult films and sex in all-male cinemas. Directed by Evan Purchell, Ask Any Buddy holds nothing back in … Continue reading Ask Any Buddy – BFI Flare Film Festival 2020 Review

The Lawyer – BFI Flare Film Festival 2020 Review

When we fall in love, it is without any confinement. We do not love in terms of gender, country or religion. It is a force that takes us beyond our boundaries and rights brand new stories for us. Love is a powerful thing that unites two people immediately. None of this is more prevalent than stirring astute film The Lawyer. Written and directed by Romas … Continue reading The Lawyer – BFI Flare Film Festival 2020 Review

Knives Out – Review

Sherlock Holmes, Poirot, Jessica Fletcher. These have all been big names on the detective move scene; frolicking around with clues and nefarious characters.  For years it feels like we have been missing special Whodunnit film?  A murder mystery caper. Not a thriller – a caper. A mad-capped series of bonkers characters, intriguing detectives, utmost scheming, and some farcical hilarity for good measure. Luckily Rian Johnson … Continue reading Knives Out – Review

System Crasher – Review

Helen Zengler is the astonishing nine-year-old actress who plays the out of the control Bennie in Nora Fingscheidt’s brilliant System Crasher. The name of the film is a term used for children who are deemed beyond hope, seems appropriate here for the rage-filled Bennie. Prone to psychotic outbursts, Bennie is a strain upon her timid and struggling mother who has put her in care to … Continue reading System Crasher – Review