You Must Watch…The Great

Anti-historical period dramas became popular thanks to Yorgos Lanthimos’ award-winning The Favourite. Based on the reign of Queen Anne in 1711, the film was praised for its dark wit and blunt delivery as well as the performances and production design. One of the writers of The Favourite, Tony McNamara decided to take his anti-historical format to the small screen with a droll take on Catherine … Continue reading You Must Watch…The Great

Teen Spirit – Fragments Festival Review

By Sandra Collingham It is a tale as old as time. A young pop starlet dreams of fame and fortune with their singing and are soon thrust into the terrifying world. We’ve seen it over and over again in movies such as the recent Oscar winner A Star Is Born, and before that the 1976 A Star Is Born, and before that Judy Garland’s A … Continue reading Teen Spirit – Fragments Festival Review

How to Talk to Girls at Parties – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

I love John Cameron Mitchell. Love him. LOVE HIM. From Hedwig and the Angry Inch (a perfect creation,) to Rabbit Hole, I  believe we are finally tapping into his genius. This continues with his latest film – How to Talk to Girls at Parties. Starring Elle Fanning who is an alien touring the galaxy with her group. However, she breaks away when she meets two … Continue reading How to Talk to Girls at Parties – Brand New Trailer & Clips!

20th Century Women – Brand New Trailer!

Despite everyone claiming otherwise, there is still a distinct gap between the sexes, especially in Hollywood and the media. Whereas men are nearly always strong, silent and able to defend themselves and their families at the drop of a hat, women still often act meek and demure and need to be rescued by the virile hero. Though, admittedly, some of the more recent films (such … Continue reading 20th Century Women – Brand New Trailer!

The Neon Demon – Review

Nicolas Winding Refn is the great polariser. His work has always been met with controversy and split opinions (except Drive. I think we can all admit that Drive is legitimately one of the best movies of all time. Ok? Ok.) Anyway, Refn’s work has pushed the boundaries of cinema. Like David Lynch of Takashi Miike, he doesn’t just tease with the boundaries, he kicks them … Continue reading The Neon Demon – Review