Film Reviews

REVIEW: Pavarotti (2019)

There can be no mistaking the man or the voice. You know it even if you think you don’t. If it’s not accompanied some highly emotional compilation video it’s been parodied to within an inch of its life in your favourite sitcom. But Luciano is…

TV Reviews

REVIEW: The Sopranos (1999)

It’s been 20 years since The Sopranos first graced our screens and 12 years since the infamous cut to black. In those interim 8 years, we were treated to arguably the finest television series of all time. Save for Twin Peaks, nothing had exploded the keg of television potential…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Felt (Final Girls 2019)

It’s hard to articulate exactly what makes Felt one of the most provocative, shocking and original tales of the 21st Century but I’m pretty sure it has something to do with sticking needles into knitted penises. Director Jason Banker has created a feminist horror story that is…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Nancy (Final Girls 2019)

A cat is never a good thing to see early in a horror film. So when we see one in the family home in the opening minutes I was worried! Little did I realise at the time how great a presence this cat would have…

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REVIEW: Le Voyage Dans la Lune (1902)

Le Voyage Dans la Lune or A Trip To The Moon to you and I philistines is a French film from 1902. Taught in film studies classes all over the world it is one of the first narrative films ever made. Directed by George Melies, who made over…