Last Night in Soho – Brand New Trailer!

Edgar Wright is best known for his comedy Cornetto Trilogy, alongside Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. However, the director has also branched out into other genres and works sch as Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Baby Dirver, and upcoming documentary The Sparks Brothers. But 2021 is not just the year of one Edgar Wright film, no no. We’re getting another feature film in October and … Continue reading Last Night in Soho – Brand New Trailer!

93rd Academy Awards – Predictions

The time has come; the 93rd Academy Awards are upon us, thus bringing to a close another awards season. It was as exciting and insufferable as ever, but as of tonight, the cards will be on the table. And we will have our winners. But whos’ going to take home the gold? Some awards seem like they’re set in stone, others are impossible to say….So … Continue reading 93rd Academy Awards – Predictions

Promising Young Woman – Review

By Emily Murray Very few films have impacted on me in the way Emerald Fennell’s masterful directorial debut Promising Young Woman did. Since I first saw the candy-coated devastating portrait of grief a couple of months ago, I haven’t been able to get it out of my head. It struck such a chord it’s made writing this review pretty difficult. I’ve scrubbed out numerous notes … Continue reading Promising Young Woman – Review

Sound of Metal – Review

by Jordan King There is a huge difference between hearing and listening, and writer-director Darius Marder alongside co-writer and brother Abraham Marder, explore that difference to profound effect with Sound of Metal. Navigating wildly differing perspectives and outlooks on deafness through audio-based POV shifts as we follow drummer Ruben (Riz Ahmed) and his experience with sudden hearing loss, Marder and his mercurial muse create a … Continue reading Sound of Metal – Review

Poppy Field – BFI Flare Film Festival Review

by Nathan Osborne In another debut feature scored by BFI Flare for its 2021 edition, Eigen Jebeleanu’s Poppy Field tackles a man’s balance between masculinity and homosexuality in this Romanian feature. When the screening of a queer film is interrupted by a group of homophobic, ultra-nationalist protestors, a closeted police officer is confronted by his sexuality in the macho hierarchal environment he has always tried … Continue reading Poppy Field – BFI Flare Film Festival Review