House of Gucci – Review

by Sarah Cook House of Gucci released one of the best trailers of the year. Set to a thumping eighties soundtrack, and boasting outrageous accents and iconic lines, it teased a triumphant, camp, and outrageous journey. The film itself is much more of a slog; failing to capture the highs of its marketing campaign and languishing in a stuffy drama that is quite dull in … Continue reading House of Gucci – Review

Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Review

by Jed Wagman When you need to reboot you’re beloved franchise, who ya gonna call if not a Reitman? Jason Reitman is following in his father’s footsteps as he helms the latest instalment in the Ghostbusters franchise. Whilst he does take a lot from the original and sometimes strays across the line between paying homage to it and giving in to fan service one too … Continue reading Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Review

The Greatest Stage Villain Songs : 10 – 1

by Sarah Cook As we’ve mentioned before, villain songs are essential to movie musicals. Even more so when they are on stage. In fact, the coveted theatre halls, and dramatic lighting play very well to an evil number or two. What better way to romp through a belt-y sinister song with a considerable, costumed chorus with a devilishly dynamite dance.  Now we’re at the top … Continue reading The Greatest Stage Villain Songs : 10 – 1

The Greatest Stage Villain Songs – 20 – 11

by Sarah Cook As we’ve mentioned before, villain songs are essential to musicals. Especially when they are on the stage. In fact, the coveted theatre halls, and dramatic lighting play very well to an evil number or two. What better way to romp through a belt-y sinister song with a considerable, costumed chorus and a devilish dynamite dance.  So, now it’s time to play the … Continue reading The Greatest Stage Villain Songs – 20 – 11

Edgar Wright Week: The World’s End (2013) – Review

by Sarah Cook It has been over a decade since the zombie rom-com Shaun of the Dead hit our screens and changed the face of British comedy from sickly sweet romantic comedies to, well, movies that actually make us laugh. When its faithful companion Hot Fuzz came out, it solidified our trust in the Wright, Frost and Pegg partnership to bring quality movies. So a … Continue reading Edgar Wright Week: The World’s End (2013) – Review