Border – Review

Fairy-tales.. They have seeped throughout time and history. Chattered imagination has been whispered in bed-time stories and campfire horrors. For centuries with been spooked by spectres, haunted by horrors, and frightened by fantasies. In Scandinavia, adults and children have been particularly terrified by their own particular historical creatures. Creatures which Ali Abbasi has spun into a glorious modern yarn. Border revolves around Tina, a woman … Continue reading Border – Review

Beautiful Boy – Review

There have been many movies made on addiction. Even A Star is Born focuses on  the debilitating disease. Stories like these need to be told because we need to understand the struggles of those suffering, the heartache of the families, and support ways we help people blighted Director Felix Van Groeningen, the open and honest story about addiction. Based on the memoirs of Nic and David … Continue reading Beautiful Boy – Review

The Favourite – Review

The world of Yorgos Lanthimos is a bizarre yet beautiful one. From bored teenagers in Dogtooth to animals in The Lobster, there is something about the filmmaker’s mind that you want to immerse yourself completely in; soaking in every stilted word, every bizarre premise, and every Colin Farrell mustache. Although there is no Farrell facial hair here, Lanthimos is on top form with The Favourite. Blending … Continue reading The Favourite – Review

Nancy – Review

Andrea Riseborough is one of our most gifted actresses. The British star has made a name for herself in movies such as Birdman (or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance,) Welcome to the Punch, and television series National Treasure. With big haunting eyes and the ability to transform like a shape-shifter into her characters, Riseborough is an amazing performer. Her gifted talent has spectacularly captured us … Continue reading Nancy – Review

Wildlife – Review

Remember when people created first features and they were terrible? You know, really awfully shot and badly put together farcical movies so people can test out their skills? Why are people coming out there with this films so gorgeously put together and wonderfully compelling? Actor Paul Dano turns his talents to directing in brooding drama Wildlife and it shows that he has a real talent … Continue reading Wildlife – Review

Mandy – Review

There are some movies out there that are made to purely blow your mind. Mandy is one of them. Directed by Panos Cosmatos, the film revolves around a couple, Mandy and Red, living in the Pacific Northwest during the eighties. Secluded in the Shadow Mountains, they live their life idyllically and in love. However, when a cult-like group, led by the petulant Jeremiah, spot Mandy … Continue reading Mandy – Review