Review: The Short Game (2013) – A Look at The Little People of Golf

How much had you achieved when you were seven years old? Maybe you successfully learned some of the easier times-tables? Or managed to ride your bike without training wheels? Or … Continue reading Review: The Short Game (2013) – A Look at The Little People of Golf

Review: It Comes At Night (2017) – A Terrifying Portrayal of Human Paranoia

To be perfectly honest, It Comes at Night was not a film I ever wanted to watch. While I am a great fan of Joel Edgerton, said admiration wasn’t enough … Continue reading Review: It Comes At Night (2017) – A Terrifying Portrayal of Human Paranoia

A Defence of Harry Styles, Popstars, and Their Cinematic Career Paths

Alright people, by now many us have seen Christopher Nolan’s new war epic, Dunkirk. While an astounding piece of cinema, I have recently met a few individuals that are refusing … Continue reading A Defence of Harry Styles, Popstars, and Their Cinematic Career Paths

“We Shall Fight On The Beaches” – A Review of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk (2017)

Man, Christopher Nolan’s a right old grumpy fuddy-duddy, isn’t he? “Boo hoo! I don’t like Netflix.” “Boo hoo! I don’t like filming on digital.” “Boo hoo! I only want to … Continue reading “We Shall Fight On The Beaches” – A Review of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk (2017)

Life’s a Beach And Then You Drive: Review – CARS 3

While it may not seem like it on the surface, the Cars franchise is the ultimate example of capitalism overruling art. By this I mean that it has never mattered … Continue reading Life’s a Beach And Then You Drive: Review – CARS 3

“You’re Amazingly Crap at Dying” – A Review of A Man Called Ove (2017)

It may sound strange, but from a cinema lovers point of view, the Academy Awards are one of the best reasons for living outside the United States. Since in America … Continue reading “You’re Amazingly Crap at Dying” – A Review of A Man Called Ove (2017)

George A. Romero – Long Live The Father of the Zombie Movie!

Tragic news my friends. Just announced was the passing of George A. Romero, the man who kicked off the zombie genre. According to news reports, he passed away after a brief … Continue reading George A. Romero – Long Live The Father of the Zombie Movie!

Review: Deck the Halls? More like Dreck the Halls!

You know how every so often you’ll be surfing Netflix and you just can’t decide what to watch? And after spending nearly 15 minutes looking through dozens of movies, you … Continue reading Review: Deck the Halls? More like Dreck the Halls!

Review: Churchill (2017) – The Main Man or The Main Menace of World War II?

Being of both British and Asian descent, I’ve always been very well aware of the two sides to Winston Churchill. (For my American readers, when I say Asian, I mean … Continue reading Review: Churchill (2017) – The Main Man or The Main Menace of World War II?

Apes Together Strong! – A Look at War For The Planet Of The Apes (2017)

It’s not often that a film trilogy can stick the landing. Indeed, when looking at film franchises where the first two instalments are overwhelming critically acclaimed and financially lucrative; the third instalment … Continue reading Apes Together Strong! – A Look at War For The Planet Of The Apes (2017)

A Visit To The Sixth Annual British Animation Film Festival

Being that I’m in the middle of post-production for my own short film, I’ve recently gained a new sense of appreciation as to how difficult actually finishing a film can … Continue reading A Visit To The Sixth Annual British Animation Film Festival

Review: Does The House Bring Down “The House” With Its Comedy Stylings?

I’m assuming on paper The House must have looked like a match made in heaven. Two comedy powerhouses teaming up with a writer/director that had written both Bad Neighbours movies? … Continue reading Review: Does The House Bring Down “The House” With Its Comedy Stylings?