Film Reviews, International Film

REVIEW: Les Traducteurs (2019)

Language is important. More often than not, it’s not just what you say but how you say it. Being a good writer takes draft after draft of scored out sentences and deleted dialogue. It’s about weaving multiple plot points and characters together to create a…

TV Reviews

REVIEW: The End of the F***ing World (Season Two)

Season one of The End of the F***Ing World was based on a graphic novel of the same name by Charles Forsman and was written for the screen by Charlie Covell (who has also worked as an actress in Brit staples like Holby and Midsomer…

Reel Women

Reel Women: June UK Releases

Welcome back to Reel Women, a monthly feature where we highlight the films that are being released in the UK this month that are written and/or directed by women. As ever this is a mixture of wide and smaller releases, so depending where in the…

Film Reviews, Z - 2018

REVIEW: Ghost Stories (2018)

For years, mankind has pondered over the existence of ghosts, demons and the paranormal. Many have claimed to have experienced it firsthand, while others dedicate their lives and careers to debunking those experiences. It seems to be a question that no one has been able…

News + Trailers

It’s Time To Question What’s Real In New ‘Ghost Stories’ Trailer

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOoZgb7mycg&w=560&h=315] “Phillip Goodman, professor of psychology, arch-skeptic, the one-man ‘belief buster’ – has his rationality tested to the hilt when he receives a letter apparently from beyond the grave. His mentor Charles Cameron, the ‘original’ TV parapsychologist went missing fifteen years before, presumed dead…

Biopic, Family, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017)

Winnie The Pooh, I’m sure, is a staple of almost everyone’s childhood post-1924. Everyone knows Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore. Everyone knows Christopher Robin. Finding successes as books, TV shows, and films, Winnie The Pooh is as famous a character as you’ll find in popular…