There isn’t a shortage of terrible couples in film. You know the ones: the couples that have may have started off well but descended or couples that should never have even been together in the first place. Some are intentionally bad and some are bad despite the desperate attempt on the film’s part to present them as positive. To encourage healthy relationship choices, here are … Continue reading Worst Couples on Film
There are so many different genres and sub genres of films these days. There’s pretty much something for just about everyone. On the WMMOW team, we all have our own aspects of film we as individuals love whether it’s animation, horror, comedy or James McAvoy. Whilst I’m personally open to all kinds of films that aren’t rooted in the Shadow Web, there are very few … Continue reading The Legacy of The Room
Anime – some of you love it, some of you are put off by it because of the weeb sub culture that make their presence known at big comic cons and the rest of you are wondering what the hell I’m on about. Anime is the name given for Japanese animation. The first anime films were made in the 1910s with Ōten Shimokawa, Jun’ichi Kōuchi and … Continue reading The Night is Short, Walk On Girl – Review
Whether they know it or not, politicians aren’t that popular. That sentence may seem quite odd considering our votes elect them into office in the first place. Perhaps it’s the way they seem totally disconnected from the plight of the regular citizen or maybe it’s something to do with the way they seem to betray the public by changing their positions to suit their needs … Continue reading Dennis Skinner: Nature of the Beast – Review
There is a growing gap between independent films and studio made films. Whilst I cannot speak for the rest of the world, over here in the UK a lot of the grants that would’ve given unknown but talented film makers an opportunity to get their work made have been cut thanks in part to needless austerity cuts. Trying to get any kind of funding is … Continue reading Indie-licious: She Rises – Review
There is barely a past time more fun yet unpredictable than going to the cinema. Whether you’re going with your family, your friends or a partner of some romantic/sexual kind, going to the cinema is a great activity with something for everyone to enjoy. This has been a popular activity since John P Harris and Harry Davis opened a five-cents admission movie theatre in Pittsburgh, … Continue reading Put Your Phone Away In The Cinema!