The Best Of…Imogen Poots

Imogen Poots is a terrific actress. Her work through dark comedies, period dramas, and indie classics have proven her to be extraordinarily talented. Taking the lead in Lorcan Finnegan’s brilliantly creepy Vivarium, as part of a young couple looking for a new home but finding something more sinister, we’re celebrating the best performances by Imogen Poots! Popstar Never Stop Never Stopping (2016) As the fame … Continue reading The Best Of…Imogen Poots

My Fiona – BFI Flare Film Festival 2020 Review

Grief affects us all in different ways. The death of a person brutal and powerful but shatters into different pieces. Yet somehow it connects us. The pull of mourning pairs you with members of that persons circles in more ways than one. In Kelly Walker’s My Fiona, the intimacy and fragments of life after a lost loved one pulls two women together in unexpected ways. … Continue reading My Fiona – BFI Flare Film Festival 2020 Review

Le Mans ’66 – Review

I have never understood the appeal of Le Mans, the world’s oldest endurance car race. First held in 1923 at the Sarthe road racing circuit just outside the titular French town, it entails groups of drivers (nowadays a minimum of three per team) taking it in turns to drive the same car round a circuit for twenty-four hours. The course is 8.5 miles long, or … Continue reading Le Mans ’66 – Review

The Good Liar – Review

It feels like it’s been a long time since we’ve had a good trashy thriller. Not a dark, brooding one, but a romp. A thriller for the masses that is filled with so many bonkerballs twists that you cannot help but love it. A thriller with two massive names in the front, spatting with emotion and precise dialogue. A thriller that instantly grips you and … Continue reading The Good Liar – Review

The Hunt – Review

Controversial films have been part of the cinematic legacy. There has been an abundance of movies that have been banned for one ridiculous reason or another. Monty Python and the Life of Brian was attacked by religious zealots, The Exorcist was seen as a blasphemous horror, and most recently The Interview saw its satire of Korean dictators heavily criticized. But do you know what they … Continue reading The Hunt – Review

Misbehaviour – Review

Feminism is great but feminism is also tricky. There are many factors that go into making sure there is equality across gender. Whilst many talk about the movement now in encouraging (and sometimes disparaging ways,) in the 1970s, it was seen as a silly little thing.  Something that distracted housewives and mothers from their duties. However, the 1970s was crucial for paving the way for … Continue reading Misbehaviour – Review