It’s Christmas time which means only one thing – cheesy romantic comedies and festive fun! Exciting. However, for many, many years mainstream releases have been deprived of LGBT festive stories. Luckily for us, Clea Duvall is here to save the … Continue reading Happiest Season – Review
Crap movies are in abundance during the Christmas period. Because nothing says capturing the stress, love and tinsel than sandwiching awkward acting, a terrible story line and truly emotional moments over turkey and crackers. America is famed for churning out … Continue reading Middling Earth: Love at the Thanksgiving Parade.
Movies such as Falling Down, Joker, and Changing Lanes all depict a man on the edge who suffers a crisis due to the society and personal problems. They commit violent and heinous acts because of increasing pressures or family strife. … Continue reading Unhinged – Review
Based on a play by Noel Coward, Blithe Spirit revolves around a séance gone wrong when troubled author Charles is stalked by his dead first wife Elvira, who soon has problems with Charles’ second wife Ruth… Starring Dan Stevens, Leslie … Continue reading Blithe Spirit – Trailer
Patrick Ness’ Chaos Walking trilogy is an impressive science fiction romp and now it has an epic adaptation led by Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley. Directed by Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow), Chaos Walking revolves around Viola who crashes on … Continue reading Chaos Walking – Brand New Trailer!
Steve McQueen puts the British black experience on the witness stand in Mangrove, a stellar beginning to his Small Axe anthology, writes Nathan Osborne The first of five films from writer and director Steve McQueen that form his new-for-television Small Axe anthology – … Continue reading Mangrove – Review