Film Reviews

REVIEW: Bombshell (2020)

Following in the footsteps of Adam McKay’s mixed bag efforts into the realms of political takedown cinema, Jay Roach steps up to the plate. As a filmmaker with similarly comedic roots – Roach helmed all 3 Austin Powers films as well as Meet the Parents…

Film Reviews

JUMPSCARECUT: Ghostbusters: Answer The Call (2016)

When unexplained sightings of ghosts start to come to light in New York City, former authors and scientists Erin Gilbert (Wiig) and Abby Yates (McCarthy) come together after being distant for many years to investigate the sightings. With help from nuclear engineer Jillian Holtzmann (McKinnon) and…

Comedy, Film Reviews, Z - 2018

REVIEW: The Spy Who Dumped Me (2018)

Audrey (Mila Kunis) is down after being dumped and her best friend Morgan (Kate McKinnon) is doing her best to cheer her up. That doesn’t go to plan when Audrey’s ex Drew (Justin Theroux) resurfaces, tells them that he’s a spy, that assassins are after…

Reel Women

Reel Women: August UK Releases

Welcome back to Reel Women, a monthly feature where we highlight the films being released in the UK that are written and/or directed by women. What’s the perfect way to spend this ridiculously hot British summer we’re having? Spending time in an airconditioned cinema watching…

Animation, Family, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Ferdinand (2017)

I wasn’t enamoured with the idea of seeing the movie ‘Ferdinand’. As far as animated films of 2017 are concerned, this year has proven to be more of a cesspool than a garden of Eden (we are talking mainstream), but I had some hope that…

Watch This Space

Watch This Space: August 28th – September 3rd

This week we’re excited to re-launch our weekly feature – Watch This Space. Every Monday we will be recommending films that are on TV that week, films playing at the cinema, and also remind you of those brilliant films hiding on streaming services, such as…

Comedy, Film Reviews, Z - 2017

REVIEW: Rough Night (2017)

I saw the trailer for this film and thought it looked like a female version of ‘The Hangover’, which is pretty much exactly what it is. Although the trailer did not appeal to my sense of humour, it had a strong cast (including Scarlett Johansson,…

News + Trailers

All Female Cast Set For Ghostbusters Reboot

Bridesmaids director Paul Feig is set for a reunion with Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig for his reimagining of the iconic Ghostbusters franchise. Joining them, it is believed that Saturday Night Live regulars Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones will complete the foursome. Feig fuelled casting…