Rebecca – Review

Daphne Du Murier’s Gothic romance Rebecca is one of the epitomes stories of all time. It tells the tale of a young girl who meets millionaire Maxim DeWinter on holiday. This fairy-tale romance soon leads to a whirlwind marriage and the new Mrs DeWinter is taken to Maxim’s estate, Manderley. When she arrives, she finds that the lavish home is still plagued by Rebecca, Maxim’s … Continue reading Rebecca – Review

Body of Water – Review

by Moxie McMurder War photographer Stephanie struggles to regain a relationship with her mother and daughter after spending seven months at an eating disorder clinic in this indie drama. Based on writer and director Lucy Brydon’s own experiences with an eating disorder, Body of Water has come out at a particularly relevant time. During lockdown leading eating disorder charity Beat, has seen a 97% rise … Continue reading Body of Water – Review

Saint Maud – Review

by Emily Murray The tagline used for new horror movie Saint Maud promises big things reading, ‘your saviour is coming’. But is this debut feature from writer-director Rose Glass really our saviour?  Well, it turns out the answer is yes, in a huge way, and this October we should all join Maud in prayer… or should that be unholy terror. Following a timid nurse as … Continue reading Saint Maud – Review

Trick R Treat (2007)

It’s very easy to dismiss horror films, especially does that come up nearly hours into a video on demand search. With films meant to be intentionally bad, sequels and reboots that are actually bad, and a lot of disappointment in the genre, it’s rare to feel excited about horror movies nowadays. So, when I wanted something banal to watch in the background of working (my … Continue reading Trick R Treat (2007)

Eternal Beauty – Review

Portraying mental health in movies is a tricky and it has been fumbled so many times. From horrors that portray Multiple Personality Disorder as a menacing threat to dramas over-blowing the In dark comedies, it is even more difficult. You have to convey the seriousness of the illness whilst also adding some wit. Perhaps even some light-hearted moments. It is a tricky tapestry to weave. … Continue reading Eternal Beauty – Review