BrOTHERHOOD – Review

Film trilogies have varying results. I usually find that unless you have conceived three movies and the continuous story ahead of time, then somehow the end result will fall flat. It’s mainly because you are trying to connect too many different elements that have been left behind as you’ve aged. It’s especially troublesome when you have closed a sequel in the most perfect way, only … Continue reading BrOTHERHOOD – Review

Ian McKellen and Noel Clarke to host special screenings of Chicken

When it comes to independent movies then support has to come from above. In the scrummage to be a filmmaker, the steps to publicity and recognition comes from leaping between folks willing to shout about your film and hoping to see you triumphant, as well as helping curve your talent into something spectacular. The industry thrives on folks who want you to succeed and that’s … Continue reading Ian McKellen and Noel Clarke to host special screenings of Chicken