by Sarah Miles The first film using Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s character of Sherlock Holmes was in 1900. It was 30 seconds long and showed the great detective being confused by a disappearing burglar. In the last 120 years he … Continue reading Enola Holmes – Review
When it was announced that there would be another Rebecca film, there was a distinct split. Many believed it was wrong to adapt Daphne DeMurier tantalising novel after Alfred Hitchcock did so well in 1940. However, there were some, like … Continue reading Rebecca – Brand New Trailer!
We are in a hospital. The camera is on the move to the tune of the Five Satins’ ‘In the Still of the Night’. Nurses, staff go about their business. A wheelchair propelled by a vaguely familiar older man cuts … Continue reading The Irishman – BFI London Film Festival 2019 Review
I have fat fingers. I mean metaphorically, more so than literally (but, you know, if you were think literally, you are right about that too.) What I mean is that I am graceless. A bull in a china shop whose … Continue reading The Weekend Binge: Nailed It!
The ever-growing power of Netflix and it’s global domination in the film industry has caused us to question everything we know about movie viewing. Coming from a demand for cheaper and more accessible films, the streaming service met many needs … Continue reading Annihilation – Review
It’s a bold move. It’s a very bold movie. It’s an exciting, terrific, and bold move. For as you wake this sleepy Monday morning, you’ll wake to a brand new Cloverfield movie. That’s right: in a somewhat familiar move from … Continue reading The Cloverfield Paradox – Review