Robbies Jones pens a small love letter to Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart Continue reading Brains, Beauty, the Best of Friends: The Overwhelming Power of Booksmart (2019)
by Chris Connor On the face of it Netflix’s latest film The Dig might sound unenticing, a film about an archaeological excavation in the Suffolk countryside. The dig in question however is the discovery of an Anglo Saxon burial site … Continue reading The Dig – Review
By Emily Murray In cinema birth is often depicted to be a beautiful thing, which in many ways it is, bringing new life into the world. What is often not shown is the sheer pain, terror and blood involved, something … Continue reading Pieces of a Woman – Review
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