Review: Anon (2018) – An Engaging But Flawed Sci-Fi Original

While director Andrew Niccol has never quite reached the box office heights of Christopher Nolan, there have been very few filmmakers that have made as many memorable contributions to original … Continue reading Review: Anon (2018) – An Engaging But Flawed Sci-Fi Original

Review: A or B (2018) – A Confusing Chinese Conspiracy

With China being an increasingly important part of the box office for big budget western movies, it’s easy to think that this exchange of culture is only one way. But … Continue reading Review: A or B (2018) – A Confusing Chinese Conspiracy

Review: The Snowman (2017) – A Sluggish Story with Snowy Surroundings

I wonder how Michael Fassbender will look back on 2017? On the one hand, if rumours are to be believed, he married Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander. So I’m guessing he’s now … Continue reading Review: The Snowman (2017) – A Sluggish Story with Snowy Surroundings

Review: Brawl In Cell Block 99 (2017) – Violence, Viciousness and Vaughn

Vince Vaughn is an actor that constantly surprises me. Mainly because I’ve spent so long seeing him in comedies that I often assume that’s all he can do. But when … Continue reading Review: Brawl In Cell Block 99 (2017) – Violence, Viciousness and Vaughn

Review: A Case of Distrust (2018) – An Impressive & Stylish Noir Detective Game [PC]

Being a writer, story has always been paramount when it comes to the entertainment I consume. That’s probably why my preferred gaming habits tend to lean towards the point & … Continue reading Review: A Case of Distrust (2018) – An Impressive & Stylish Noir Detective Game [PC]

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

Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) – Tremendous Acting In A Slightly Troubled Story

I can imagine that different people have different reasons as to why actress Frances McDormand sticks out in their mind. For most I assume it’ll be her Oscar-winning role in … Continue reading Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) – Tremendous Acting In A Slightly Troubled Story

Review: The Liquidator (2017) – A Serial Killer, Mysteries and A Whole Lot Of Logical Jumps

Released in China at the tale end of 2017, my awareness of The Liquidator was about the same as Teresa May’s awareness over the current state of the NHS, i.e. … Continue reading Review: The Liquidator (2017) – A Serial Killer, Mysteries and A Whole Lot Of Logical Jumps

Some of My Most Anticipated Movies of 2018 (Part One)

When it comes down to it, 2018 might legitimately have a nuclear war started by a rogue tweet. And after millions are dead, the war would undoubtedly end with the … Continue reading Some of My Most Anticipated Movies of 2018 (Part One)

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: Wind River (2017) – A Captivating Clash Of Cold and Crime

Taylor Sheridan is my God. Why? Because as I am an aspiring screenwriter, Sheridan’s work gives me hope for my own career. Just look at what he’s accomplished so far. … Continue reading Review: Wind River (2017) – A Captivating Clash Of Cold and Crime

Review: Bright (2017) – Is The Most Expensive Netflix Movie Really Its Worst?

“The worst movie of 2017” – Indiewire “Astounding bad in almost every way” – The Wrap “It’s the opposite of must see” – Collider Now I understand mainstream media is … Continue reading Review: Bright (2017) – Is The Most Expensive Netflix Movie Really Its Worst?