Comedy, Film Reviews, Horror

REVIEW: Too Late (2021)

From Miranda Priestly to Darth Vader to Michael Scott, bosses are a well-documented presence in the world of cinema and television. Across all workplaces, the power imbalance between employee and employer is a delicate and interesting dynamic, eliciting a sense of familiarity no matter how…

Fantasy, Film Reviews, Sci-Fi

REVIEW: Monster Hunter (2021)

With the dust barely settled from King Kong and Godzilla’s blockbuster brawl earlier in the year, another brand new monster movie is upon us. Monster Hunter sees Director Paul W. S. Anderson bring to life the Capcom game series of the same name for the…

Comedy, Film Reviews, Horror

REVIEW: Werewolves Within (2021)

Never as consistently popular as vampires, werewolves have long been the underdog (pun entirely intended) of the horror world. However, their moon seems to be rising and the cycle returning in their favour – with Jim Cummings’ The Wolf of Snow Hollow which came out…

Film Reviews, International Film

REVIEW: Sweat (2021)

“All these people will leave, right? (…) I go from everyone touching me all day and talking at me all day to total silence”, shares Lady Gaga in her 2017 documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two. The movie differed itself from other celebrity documentaries for daring…

Documentary, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Mary J. Blige – My Life (2021)

With a career spanning three decades, thirteen studio albums and a wealth of awards,  Mary J. Blige is one of the undisputed first ladies of Hip Hop and RnB. In 1994, after exploding onto the scene in 1991 with What’s The 411, Blige followed up…

Drama, Film Reviews, Hulu, Thriller

REVIEW: False Positive (2021)

It’s almost impossible to not associate Ilana Glazer with the slacker, New York sitcom Broad City — a show which she created with her best friend Abbi Jacobson. But in A24 and Hulu’s atmospheric horror False Positive, the actor-writer proves that she’s not just a…

Drama, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Sweet Thing (2021)

Putting nails underneath car wheels, Christmas presents wrapped in tinfoil and a stolen gun – none of these things are particularly sweet, but the opposite can be said for the wonderful Billie and Nico, a brother and sister who deserve the world but have only…

Film Reviews, International Film

REVIEW: I Carry You With Me (2021)

Despite the fact that there is a plethora of LGBT cinema being produced in Mexico – dating all the way back to the 1930s – it still feels like a relatively taboo subject for the mostly Catholic nation. Something that is whispered, rather than celebrated….