Comedy, Film Reviews, VOD

REVIEW: I Used to Go Here (2020)

The past is a foreign country, they do things differently there… They say you should never go back, but this is not advice heeded by 35 year old Kate (Gillian Jacobs), the protagonist of Kris Rey’s new film, I Used to Go Here. She has…

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REVIEW: Spinster (2020)

“I have two choices: to give up and accept permanent state of spinsterhood and eventual eating by Alsatians, or not.” In 2001, Sharon Maguire shone a bright light on the pressures of the thirty-something woman (often portrayed as hapless) to meet a man and get…

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REVIEW: She Dies Tomorrow (2020)

Amy Seimetz is an actor, writer, director and producer. She produced Barry Jenkins’ debut film Medicine for Melancholy (2008), directed Sun Don’t Shine (2012) and has acted in a diverse range of TV roles, as well as films including Lovesong (2016), Lean on Pete (2017),…

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REVIEW: Yes, God, Yes (2020)

The age of adult writers reflecting on their teenage years has now reached the naughts (or whatever we’re calling the 2000s), which means we’re going to be subjected to the fashion and music of that particular decade once again – aren’t we lucky? We’ve had…

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REVIEW: The Rental (2020)

Following a steady rise to fame since his big screen debut in 2007’s Superbad (people really don’t forget, Greg), Dave Franco has stepped behind the cameras and made his directorial debut. It’s hard to pin down exactly what Franco’s typical genre is considering his roles…

Film Reviews, Horror, VOD

REVIEW: Relic (2020)

The perception of family is one that we have seen time and time again become the strong basis for exerting horror onto the screen for the audiences; Ari Aster’s Hereditary dealt with feelings of resentment towards parents and children, all the whilst coping with grief;…

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REVIEW: The Truth (2020)

Japanese film director Hirokazu Kore-eda has been working steadily since the early 1990s and is internationally critically-acclaimed. He is a particular favourite of the Cannes Film Festival, winning the Jury Prize in 2013 for Like Father, Like Son and the Palme d’Or in 2018 for…

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REVIEW: Miss Juneteenth (2020)

Miss Juneteenth is a pageant for young Black women, one that combines charm school, the opportunity to receive an academic scholarship, and the glamour of a traditional beauty pageant. But for Turquoise Jones, played empathetically by Nicole Beharie, it’s everything. A former Miss Juneteenth winner…