Ali & Ava – Review

by Sarah Cook British director Clio Bernard’s previous works have been near-perfect depictions of human life across the United Kingdom. Part-drama and part-documentary The Arbor tackled a playwrights return to the council estate in which she grew up whilst The Selfish Giant looked at a young boy’s relationship with a stallion.   With Ali & Ava, Bernard tackles a romance that is every bit as … Continue reading Ali & Ava – Review

Jackass Forever -Review

by Thomas Harris There’s a five-minute sequence in Jackass Forever that exists almost entirely as if to argue the resilience of the penis. Ehren McGhehey – the whipping boy of whipping boys – tests a cup against a series of ever-escalating situations. Prior to this, Chris Pontius – a man with whom his penis is indelibly attached to his onscreen persona – gets his member … Continue reading Jackass Forever -Review

Road to Woodsboro: You Must Watch…Scream (TV Series)

by Sarah Cook When people talk about the Scream franchise, they often forget about the television series. There’s a lot of reasons why: the tiresome nostalgia aspect of revisiting material done better in the movies, eking out a slasher whodunit over several episodes, and, ultimately, changing the mask from this: to this: Yikes. Anyway, the Scream television series is often neglected and probably has been … Continue reading Road to Woodsboro: You Must Watch…Scream (TV Series)

Road to Woodsboro: Ghostface Killers – Ranked

by Sarah Cook You better watch out, you better not cry, you better be good, I am telling you why Ghostface killer is coming back into town. To celebrate the release of Scream 5, we’re taking a look at that ghoulish creep Ghostface killer and rank the best killers in the franchise. SPOILERS: We are looking at the film and television series so there will … Continue reading Road to Woodsboro: Ghostface Killers – Ranked

The 355 – Review

by Sarah Cook Sometimes too many cooks spoil a broth.  Sometimes so many famous faces cannot save an uninspired and derivative script. That’s the case for the new spy thriller The 355. Directed by Simon Kinberg, The 355 boasts an impressive either Academy Award-winning or nominated cast lead by Jessica Chastain. With Lupita N’yongo, Diana Krueger, Penelope Cruz, Fan Bingbing, and Sebastian Stan, it seems … Continue reading The 355 – Review