By Emily Murray As COVID-19 took hold of the world, it has been interesting watching how the film industry has responded. With cinemas shutting, the release schedule thrown out of the window and productions delayed, there has been much conversation about what the future holds for the industry. What has been most fascinating to see though is how filmmakers themselves have creatively reacted to the … Continue reading Malcom & Marie – Review
What happens to us when we die? What makes us who we are? What is love? Writer-director Tara Miele tackles these thoughts in Wander Darkly. Starring Sienna Miller and Diego Luna in lead roles, the film revolves around couple Adrienne and Matteo who are struggling to cope. However, a tragic accident catapults them on a disorienting journey through their shared moments. Like a blend of … Continue reading Wander Darkly – Brand New Trailer!
Working in retail is tough, really tough. Long days or nights standing on your feet, restocking shelves and dealing with customers who patronise you or are very foolish, constantly asking asinine questions. There is little reward as folk struggle on minimum wage and by the end of the day, you’re left cleaning up the messes of others. The strange, disgusting, messes of others. Whilst a … Continue reading You Must Watch…Superstore (Netflix)
Bad Neighbours star Dave Franco moves behind the camera for the first time to create wrought horror film The Rental. Franco directs, and cowrites the script alongside Joe Swansberg, this movie which sees Charlie and his wife Michelle rent a vacation house on the coast. Joining them on the trip are Charlie’s brother Josh and Josh’s partner Mina, who funnily enough works with Charlie on … Continue reading The Rental – Review
Parenthood comes with a lot of challenges and this latest comedy-drama movie tackles them head on. Directed by Curtis Vowell, and produced by Taika Waititi, Baby Done revolves around young adventurous couple Zoe and Tim. They climb trees, they go on high-flying adventures, and they dream of travelling the globe. However, Zoe finds herself pregnant. All though Tim is elated, Zoe struggles with the unexpected … Continue reading Baby Done – Review
by Jordan King It’s hard to believe that almost two years have passed since the instantly recognisable Marvel fanfare last started up and heralded in a new entry to the MCU. Since Spider-Man Far From Home took us gallivanting around Europe (ah, travel, remember that?) as the world both in-universe and in real life reckoned with the aftermath of Avengers Endgame, a bit of a … Continue reading ‘Something Old, Something New, Something Truly Special’ – WandaVision Episodes 1 & 2 Review