Pageants and parents go hand in hand. You see it all the time. Behind every girl competing is a mother bursting with pride or overburdening the girl with expectations. From Drop Dead Gorgeous to Dance Moms, there are many TV … Continue reading Miss Juneteenth – Review
by Charlotte Sometimes Rocks was easily my favourite film of last year’s festival circuit. As soon as it finished, I couldn’t wait to see it again – it truly felt more experience than film. Such is it’s electrically visceral emotional … Continue reading Rocks – Review
Female friendships are powerful and magical. For many women, friendships are pivotal to who we are. They make us stronger, better, and make us care more. These are relationships that last lifetimes and some women stay as friends from childhood … Continue reading 10 Amazing On-Screen Female Friendships
Southern Gothic movies are tantalising affairs. Brooding men and women in the heart of America’s South with murder and madness make up some truly terrific films such as Killer Joe, Winter’s Bone, and The Night of the Hunter. Now Netflix … Continue reading The Devil All The Time – Review
The appeal of Bill & Ted has stretched over generations. Many years we have partied on or tried to be excellent to one another (of course, some haven’t tried.) Now the loveable Keanu Reeves and the brilliant Alex Winters return … Continue reading Bill & Ted Face The Music – Review
Musicals. Who doesn’t love a good musical? All those show tunes and glittering love stories. Bright eyed dreamers who belt out number after number because they want something more from the world. From My Fair Lady to Mary Poppins, we’ve … Continue reading 10 Great Alternative Musicals!