Amazon Prime, Film Reviews, Latest, Netflix

REVIEW: I Care a Lot (2021)

Rosamund Pike has had an eclectic career starring in both small UK films and larger scale Hollywood blockbusters like Gone Girl which earned her an Oscar Nomination in 2015.  Pike’s latest – I Care A Lot – from director J Blakeson has earned comparisons to…

Documentary, Film Reviews, Latest

REVIEW: My Name is Pedro (2021)

The power of a teacher who believes in their pupils is a familiar, inspiring Hollywood go-to. From Miss Honey in Matilda, Dr. Larabee in Akeelah & The Bee, to one of Robin Williams most iconic roles as Mr Keating in Dead Poets Society. These are…

Film Reviews, Horror, Latest

REVIEW: The Vigil (2021)

You can always rely on the horror genre to find religious rituals and turn them into an anxiety inducing, terrifying experience. Whether drenched in a Midsommar sun watching a brutal suicide custom or being sacrificed in a ritual offering to a Norse God in, er,…

Disney+, Latest, Superhero, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: WandaVision Episodes 5-7 (2021)

WandaVision and The Problem with Spoiler Culture In the weeks since the last recap, WandaVision has developed an undisputed must-watch reputation. The weekly release of the show has earned a lot of attention, both acclaim and criticism. On one hand, giving WandaVision time to breathe…

Drama, Film Reviews, Latest

REVIEW: The Killing of Two Lovers (2021)

The breakdown of any relationship is never easy, and it becomes even more complicated when there’s children involved. In The Killing of Two Lovers, David (Clayne Crawford) is desperately trying to keep his family together despite all the messy emotions. During a separation from his…

Film Reviews, Horror, Latest

REVIEW: Willy’s Wonderland (2021)

Willy’s Wonderland was a film that I’d heard of all the way back in 2019, after seeing The Banana Splits Movie, and have been anticipating it ever since then. But, now that it’s out, has it been worth the wait or should this film be…

Film Reviews, Latest, Sci-Fi

REVIEW: LX 2048 (2021)

Some of the greatest science fiction films are those that spark discussion longer than their run time. Is there life beyond the stars? Do androids dream of electric sheep? What does blue milk actually taste like? In Guy Moshe’s latest, he has a dozen different…

Film Reviews, International Film, Latest

REVIEW: Agnes Joy (2021)

Films from 93 countries have been submitted to the Academy to be considered in the Best International Film category at the 2021 Oscar ceremony. On 9 February, they announced that these have now been narrowed down into a shortlist of 15 films: *Bosnia and Herzegovina,…