You Must Watch…You

by Sarah Cook If there’s something strange, in your neighbourhood, who you gonna call? Not the Quinn-Goldbergs! Because they are probably behind it. That’s right, it is time to say “hello you” again to our favourite dysfunctional family  as series three of You is finally available to watch. The thrilling trashy television show revolving around stalker-murderer Joe Goldberg is the unexpected hit we’ve all somehow … Continue reading You Must Watch…You

Dune – Review

by Amanda Keats This adaptation of Frank Herbert’s beloved science fiction epic is the story of one man and the many worlds with which his life is intertwined. It’s big and bold storytelling, while also remaining small and intimate: the tale of worlds and families and power-struggles and leadership… and of one man finding his place in all of it. Timothée Chalamet plays Paul Atreides, … Continue reading Dune – Review

The Tragedy of Macbeth – BFI London Film Festival Review

by Sarah Cook Shakespeare has had more adaptations than you can wag a staff at. He is perhaps the most prolific and famed writer of the British Isles whose plays have been retold through centuries.  We all know the plots; two star crossed lovers torn apart by their warring families; a son avenges his father’s death; a Lord is told he will become King. Shakespeare’s … Continue reading The Tragedy of Macbeth – BFI London Film Festival Review

Bull – BFI London Film Festival Review

by Sarah Cook Neil Maskell is a tremendous actor. From the haunting Kill List to the quirky Utopia, Maskell has gifted us with some bloody brilliant roles. The minute he appears on screen, you cannot keep your eyes off him. This is especially so in Paul Andrew William’s Bull as Maskell gives yet another tour-de-force performance The film’s premise is simple enough: A gang enforcer … Continue reading Bull – BFI London Film Festival Review

She Will – BFI London Film Festival Review

by Sarah Cook It is objectively hilarious and enraging that people considered the #MeToo era ‘modern day witch trials.’ Holding men responsible for their crimes is hardly comparable to the slaughter of innocent people because people deemed them witches. Sexual assault and harassment accusations, which most of the men admitted too, leading to arrest or a ‘loss of career’ is hardly a mirror of the … Continue reading She Will – BFI London Film Festival Review

The French Dispatch – BFI London Film Festival

by Robbie Jones There are many aspects of Wes Anderson that viewers will make a point of noting, from his idiosyncratic worlds and visual symmetry to the kooky characters to that inhabit his worlds. There’s a lot to be said for his aesthetic, but one of his greatest talents is in his writing. As a storyteller, Anderson frequently excels at coming of age tales and … Continue reading The French Dispatch – BFI London Film Festival