Review: Green Book (2018) – Driving Miss Daisy With A Musical Touch [BFI London Film Festival 2018]

As a director builds their body of work, it generally becomes easier to recognise their style and understand their preferences. That’s why, for the average film fan, there are certain … Continue reading Review: Green Book (2018) – Driving Miss Daisy With A Musical Touch [BFI London Film Festival 2018]

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Blackadder: The Original Pilot – They (Mostly) Got It Right The First Time!

Author’s Note: Apologies for the poor quality of the screenshots, but the footage from the original Blackadder pilot is 36 years old! Running from 1983-1989, Blackadder is, without a doubt, … Continue reading Blackadder: The Original Pilot – They (Mostly) Got It Right The First Time!

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

Review: Gotham By Gaslight (2018) – A Captivating Spin On The Batman Mythos

It’s hardly a stretch to say that DC and their live-action slate aren’t exactly endearing critics or lighting up the box office. Considering that Marvel’s Black Panther earned the same as … Continue reading Review: Gotham By Gaslight (2018) – A Captivating Spin On The Batman Mythos

Review: The Mercy (2018) – A Touching Performance By Colin Firth

There are currently 7.6 billion people living on planet Earth. But what that number also represents are the 7.6 billion stories out there for us to listen to. Old or … Continue reading Review: The Mercy (2018) – A Touching Performance By Colin Firth

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

Review: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) – A More Believable Version Of La La Land

With the recent release of La La Land, it seems there has been a resurgence of interest in cinematic musical delights. One such example that crossed my path was the 1964 French … Continue reading Review: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) – A More Believable Version Of La La Land

Review: Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made (2015) – A Fan Film To End All Fan Films

The Youtube age has been a wonderful thing for aspiring filmmakers. No longer do filmmakers have to struggle through the Hollywood system, battling against unseen prejudices and bigotry. Picking up … Continue reading Review: Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made (2015) – A Fan Film To End All Fan Films

Devil’s Advocate: Can You Paint A Historical Picture (Without Lying) Showing Hitler As A “Good” Guy?

Author’s Note: Just to be clear, I know Hitler was the biggest dick of the 20th century! This answer was to a question originally posted on Quora and is merely … Continue reading Devil’s Advocate: Can You Paint A Historical Picture (Without Lying) Showing Hitler As A “Good” Guy?

The Biography of Disney’s Donald Duck

While the history of Donald Fauntleroy Duck has been recorded by many, very few know the intimate details of the great actor and how influential his work has been, not … Continue reading The Biography of Disney’s Donald Duck