Comedy, Film Reviews, Hulu, Latest, Romance

REVIEW: Happiest Season (2020)

After years of Christmas romances from Hallmark, Lifetime and increasingly, Netflix, this year Hulu have stepped into the market with a twist on the usual format. Actress and director Clea DuVall follows up her 2016 feature debut, The Intervention, with Happiest Season – a lesbian…

Film Reviews, Films, Horror, Latest, Reviews, Thriller, VOD...

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…

Articles, Features, Reel Women

REEL WOMEN: February 2020 UK Releases

Welcome back to Reel Women, the monthly feature that highlights the films being released in the UK that are written and/or directed by women. This month we’ve got the latest superhero film, dramas and some book adaptations. 7 February Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous…

Events, Films, TV

The 2019 Golden Globe Awards WINNERS

The Golden Globes gave us a lot to talk about! From tracking tallies on our favorite actors in anticipation for the Oscars to… a flu shot segment? The NBC televised event had its ups and downs, but most of all, it fed our ever growing…

Biopic, Comedy, Film Reviews, Z - 2017

REVIEW: The Disaster Artist (2017)

The concept for ‘The Disaster Artist’ isn’t exactly the easiest to explain, especially to those with no prior knowledge of the source material which inspired it, the best bad movie of all time, ‘The Room’. I count myself as one of the millions of diehard…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: How To Be Single (2016)

For the record, I had not a shred of interest in seeing this film. Not one iota of my being had the urge to spend a couple of hours of my life watching a film which looked, quite frankly, shit. But my friend didn’t have…