Glen Keane is an animation legend, having worked for Disney and more, producing our favourite childhood charcters such as The Rescuers and more. Now we’re excited to see him in the directing seat with this gorgeous piece. Over the Moon … Continue reading Over the Moon – Brand New Trailer!
The 17th century was a fascinating time for England. The way of life was changing. Whilst puritan and overtly religious sentiments still ruled – keeping women locked to their husband and any thought of wicked, free, and sexual behaviour abhorred. … Continue reading Fanny Lye Deliver’d – Review
Art is interchangeable. A book can be a film. A film can be a stage show. A stage show can be a TV series. A cult classic could be a musical which is then turned into back into a film. … Continue reading The Quarantine Binge: What We Do in the Shadows – TV Series Review
Dance has served many different purposes in the world of cinema. Through the shallow waters of popular entertainment such as the Step Up series and Save this Dance to stirring indie dramas such as Pablo Larrain’s courageous Ema, rhythmic movements … Continue reading And Then We Danced – Review
War films are one of the most prolific aspects of British film. Whether it is World War I or World War II, there has been many movies that have covered a lot of aspects of the war. I mean – … Continue reading 1917 – Review
(Warning: This feature contains spoilers) It’s almost time for the Justice League to reunite on our screens for Justice League Dark: Apokolips War. The new animation follows on from the brilliant Justice League Dark, so we thought we’d remind you … Continue reading Ultimate Recap of the Justice League Dark Story