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

Malignant – Review

by Sarah Cook When it comes to the great films of 2021, there is a multitude of factors to consider. A stunning lead performance could propel a film into perfection such as Benedict Cumberbatch in The Power of the Dog. An emotional story with a lot of heart could capture your soul like Mike Mills’ C’mon C’mon. Perhaps the outrageous body horror Titane from Julia … Continue reading Malignant – Review

The Northman – Trailer

by Sarah Cook Robert Eggers has only had two films, but he has made an impact on the film industry already. With sinister debut The Witch and bonkers sophomore outing The Lighthouse, Eggers has proved to be a unique and visually compelling storyteller.  Now we’re ready for his third feature – fantasy epic The Northman. The story follows a young Viking prince on a quest … Continue reading The Northman – Trailer

Spider-Man: No Way Home – Review

by Sarah Cook Marvel is pretty much a spider at the centre of a web, growing ever bigger and ever more complex. It is all about weaving a story that is both engaging and exciting for both hardcore fans and general cinemagoers. The audience – us – are just the flies, ready to be gobbled up by the studio and their superhero stories. And boy, … Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home – Review