The Dig – Review

by Chris Connor On the face of it Netflix’s latest film The Dig might sound unenticing, a film about an archaeological excavation in the Suffolk countryside.  The dig in question however is the discovery of an Anglo Saxon burial site at Sutton Hoo and one of the most significant finds in UK history.  The Dig is headlined by Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan but its … Continue reading The Dig – Review

Synchronic – Review

by Jordan King Bringing to the table once again their now-signature style of video store sci-fi, Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson’s latest feature, Synchronic, is a time travel brain teaser with a tight concept and a whole lot of heart. Running with a bigger budget than than their previous DIY outings, Synchronic sees Benson and Moorhead centre their efforts on a story that revolves around … Continue reading Synchronic – Review

Malcom & Marie – Review

By Emily Murray As COVID-19 took hold of the world, it has been interesting watching how the film industry has responded. With cinemas shutting, the release schedule thrown out of the window and productions delayed, there has been much conversation about what the future holds for the industry. What has been most fascinating to see though is how filmmakers themselves have creatively reacted to the … Continue reading Malcom & Marie – Review

Baby Done – Review

Parenthood comes with a lot of challenges and this latest comedy-drama movie tackles them head on. Directed by Curtis Vowell, and produced by Taika Waititi, Baby Done revolves around young adventurous couple Zoe and Tim. They climb trees, they go on high-flying adventures, and they dream of travelling the globe. However, Zoe finds herself pregnant. All though Tim is elated, Zoe struggles with the unexpected … Continue reading Baby Done – Review

‘Something Old, Something New, Something Truly Special’ – WandaVision Episodes 1 & 2 Review

by Jordan King It’s hard to believe that almost two years have passed since the instantly recognisable Marvel fanfare last started up and heralded in a new entry to the MCU. Since Spider-Man Far From Home took us gallivanting around Europe (ah, travel, remember that?) as the world both in-universe and in real life reckoned with the aftermath of Avengers Endgame, a bit of a … Continue reading ‘Something Old, Something New, Something Truly Special’ – WandaVision Episodes 1 & 2 Review

Pieces of a Woman – Review

By Emily Murray In cinema birth is often depicted to be a beautiful thing, which in many ways it is, bringing new life into the world. What is often not shown is the sheer pain, terror and blood involved, something new drama Pieces Of A Woman is very much unafraid to shy away from. Starring Vanessa Kirby as a young woman navigating grief after a … Continue reading Pieces of a Woman – Review