Review: One Cut of the Dead (2018) – Hands Down The Funniest Film Of The Year [Arrow Video Frightfest 2018]

The nature of cinema is that cinematic trends rise and fall. Some, like the western, last for decades. And others, like the young adult book adaptations, only last for a … Continue reading Review: One Cut of the Dead (2018) – Hands Down The Funniest Film Of The Year [Arrow Video Frightfest 2018]

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Review: The Happy Prince (2018) – An Exceptional Film, But Only If You’re Trilingual

Back in my review for Rampage I spoke a little about the concept of passion projects, and how far actors would go to try and get them made. And in most … Continue reading Review: The Happy Prince (2018) – An Exceptional Film, But Only If You’re Trilingual

Theatre Review: Mission Abort (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]

I’m not going to pretend that I’m a particularly knowledgeable person when it comes to abortion. Despite my lack of awareness, one thing I had always been fairly confident of … Continue reading Theatre Review: Mission Abort (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]

Theatre Review: Double Infemnity (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]

While I’m always eager to see new approaches to traditional storytelling, one of my biggest theatrical disappointments was when I went to see an all female version of Posh. Mainly … Continue reading Theatre Review: Double Infemnity (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]

Theatre Review: Fuck You Pay Me (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]

You know, over the past 11 years I’ve worked in theatre, I have seen some astounding events in the West End. I’ve seen a show where it rained on stage … Continue reading Theatre Review: Fuck You Pay Me (2018) – A Play at the Waterloo Vaults [VAULT Festival 2018]

Theatre Review: The People’s Rock: A Musical (2018) – A Play at the Network Theatre [VAULT Festival 2018]

Another year, another Vault Festival! After my excellent experience during the two science-fiction shows I saw last year, how could I not return? For those of you that may be … Continue reading Theatre Review: The People’s Rock: A Musical (2018) – A Play at the Network Theatre [VAULT Festival 2018]

Review: Darkest Hour (2017) – And The Award Goes To… Gary Oldman!

While you may not have heard of the official term, the underlying concept of “Twin Films” is probably something you’ve heard of. Generally speaking, it refers to two movies with very … Continue reading Review: Darkest Hour (2017) – And The Award Goes To… Gary Oldman!

My Top 15 Most Notable Films of 2017

Well here we are again. The end of another 365-day journey around the sun. And it doesn’t feel like it was a particularly great year, was it? Even putting aside … Continue reading My Top 15 Most Notable Films of 2017

Review: The Disaster Artist (2017) – A Hilarious Comedy With Plenty Of Heart

Considering “cult films” are meant to be a rarity not appreciated by mainstream audiences, there sure are a lot of them! In fact, if you look at the collection of … Continue reading Review: The Disaster Artist (2017) – A Hilarious Comedy With Plenty Of Heart

“It’s All About The Magic” – The Story Behind Every Father Christmas

Author’s Note: This article isn’t the usual pop culture stuff I put out, but I felt it was an interesting topic considering the seasonal period! If there’s one thing that … Continue reading “It’s All About The Magic” – The Story Behind Every Father Christmas

Theatre Review: Venus In Fur (2017) – A Play At The Theatre Royal Haymarket

Whether it be on stage or film, often the most resonant pieces of media are those that unintentionally reflect our current position in society. One such example might be the … Continue reading Theatre Review: Venus In Fur (2017) – A Play At The Theatre Royal Haymarket

Theatre Review: The Men Who Made Frankenstein (2017) – A Play At The Old Red Lion Theatre [London Horror Festival]

Finding a new approach to classic stories has always been an arduous task for most modern storytellers. Because of this a great many writers may take on the challenge of … Continue reading Theatre Review: The Men Who Made Frankenstein (2017) – A Play At The Old Red Lion Theatre [London Horror Festival]