An Ode to Jekyll & Hyde: A Gothic Musical…The Concept Album

Obsessions. They take your very soul, don’t they? Sliding down your gullet like the ruby, red droplets of an unusual potion and wrapping your belly in warmth. They consume your spirit, transforming your whole person into someone rabid and ferocious. Your sanity unravels and you are bound to this new entity that you’ve become. Crazed and manic, it’s all you can talk about, all you … Continue reading An Ode to Jekyll & Hyde: A Gothic Musical…The Concept Album

The Craft: Legacy – Review

The Craft was a really significant film for children and teenagers in the nineties. Especially girls. Blossoming young witches who tried to do spells at their sleepovers and hoped that one day they could really levitate their friends using their forefingers. Some of these girls went into adulthood still clinging to their pentagrams and crystals and belief in the supernatural world. A movie about power … Continue reading The Craft: Legacy – Review

Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm – Review

by Garry Arnot Small victories should be celebrated in these unprecedented, turbulent times, and so news of the return of Kazakhstan’s favourite fictional journalist has been spread with joy and anticipation across the internet. Fourteen years after the iconic original, controversial comic Sacha Baron Cohen reprises his role as Borat Sagdiyev with Jason Woliner on directorial duty, making the jump from television to film. The … Continue reading Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm – Review

The Middling Earth: Scream 3 (2000)

As a rule, you must always prepare for the worst when it comes to sequels. Even worse when it comes in threes. And even worse, worse, worse when it’s a horror. Because, as you know, trilogies in the genre don’t usually end up being the best. Unless you count Toy Story as horror which you could if you are deathly afraid of spider legged doll heads and … Continue reading The Middling Earth: Scream 3 (2000)

The Witches (2020) – Review

If you were a child during the nineties, you would have been inevitably and irreversibly perturbed by Nicolas Roeg’s The Witches. Based on an equally creepy book by children’s author Roald Dahl, the 1990 movie revolves around a young boy trying to stop a bunch of witches from turning all children into mice. With Anjelica Houston as the most insanely evil Grand High Witch, and … Continue reading The Witches (2020) – Review