Biopic, Film Reviews, Historical, Venice 2021

REVIEW: Spencer (Venice 2021)

Kristen Stewart packs a powerhouse performance in Spencer – Pablo Larrain’s extravagant tale based on the life of Diana Princess of Wales. But if you thought Spencer was little more than a character study of the People’s Princess, think again. Instead, Larrain has made something…

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

REVIEW: Underwater (2020)

“There’s a comfort in cynicism. There’s a lot less to lose” Ever since accidentally watching the opening scene of Jaws when I was far, far too young I have always felt uneasy about the ocean and what lies within it. Films like Deep Blue Sea,…

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New ‘Underwater’ Clip Officially Released Ahead Of UK Release

A crew of underwater researchers must scramble to safety after an earthquake devastates their subterranean laboratory. Release Date: 7th February 2020 Directed by: William Eubank Written by: Brian Duffield, Adam Cozad Cast: Kristen Stewart, T.J. Miller, Vincent Cassel, John Gallagher Jr., Jessica Henwick, Mamoudou Athie, Gunner…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Seberg (2020)

The story of Jean Seberg is perhaps one of Hollywood’s most tragic, and not often told stories. The American born actress who became the face of French New Wave cinema thanks to her role in Jean-Luc Godard’s 1960 film Breathless, later became one of the…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Charlie’s Angels (2019)

Following the recent trend of rebooting or continuing classic franchises with women-led casts, such as in Ghostbusters (2016) and Ocean’s 8 (2018), Charlie’s Angels is the latest series to undergo a makeover. Unlike the others, it has always been led by women. But with a…

Events, Film Reviews, Films, London Film Festival, Z - 2018

LFF 2018: Lizzie

A story that will no doubt be familiar to fans of true crime, the infamous Lizzie Borden who murdered her father and step-mother is now the subject of this film, starring Chloe Sevigny as the titular character, and Kristen Stewart as her maid/lover/accomplice Bridget Sullivan….