11 November 2022
Hollywood’s Top Marketing Executive to Release Graphic Novel ‘Vagrance’
One of Hollywood’s top marketing executives and the real-life doppelganger of DC’s The Tomorrow Knight, Batman Beyond, named after real life Terry McGinnis, is releasing a self-published graphic novel titled ‘Vagrance’.
17 February 2022
The fascinating world of New Iranian Cinema
A detailed look at New Iranian Cinema and why you should check out some of the films belonging to the movement.
23 October 2021
5 Directors of Colour Killing It in Contemporary Horror
Get ready for Halloween with a list of five POC who have brought us some of the best in twenty-first century horror movies.
20 May 2019
Get Out; Review
My thoughts on the 2018, Oscar nominated thriller, Get Out....
27 February 2019
The absurdity of the Oscars
From the upheaval of Academy membership, to Kevin Hart not hosting due to issues over a series of (old) homophobic tweets, the 91st Academy Awards were destined to be unusual - and they didn’t disappoint on that front.
16 June 2018
Films, Films and more Films
I love films. I know people say that all the time, but I love films that much that between June 2017 to June 2018 I watched over 1200 films.
31 October 2017
The nine best worst Halloween family films
Films are a huge part of the Halloween experience but it's not always satisfying for the right reasons! Here we go through the Halloween films that families hate to love...
3 April 2017
Power Rangers (2017) review
A movie for fans who want the story to grow...
19 July 2016
Deja-view: Point Break and The Fast and the Furious
Are you bored of films repeating themselves? It's not just the endless remakes that are giving you a sense of filmic deja-vu, many films follow tried and tested formulas.
10 June 2016
Deja-View: The Inbetweeners and American Pie 2
Exams are almost done and summer's right around the corner, why not dive into a teen movie that celebrates the end of school.
26 April 2016
Deja-View: Star Wars: A New Hope and Star Wars: The Force Awakens
This is a special edition of De Ja-view where instead of 10 reasons I'll be doing 20 (they really are very similar!). If you haven't seen the film yet beware of spoilers...
22 March 2016
This was one emotional film. I mean, super emotional. I didn't cry or anything, but some parts were extremely difficult to watch. In fact, I didn't even understand the film fully until I watched it a second time.
2 March 2016
Cover to cover: a tale of two versions
Adaptations are a dividing force between book fans. Maybe you loved the book and can't bear to see your imagined version ruined, or maybe you are really keen to see your favourite book on the big screen.
1 February 2016
What goes on at...Film Expo South
This week the very first Film Expo South takes place at the AGEA bowl in Southampton. For those who don't know, this is Southampton's first film convention, and it features an amazing line up of talks from filmmakers and experts.
29 January 2016
A Wizard's Spell on the World
A certain Wizard dominated much of our youth, but it wasn't all magic and myth; Mr Potter taught many life lessons too.
21 January 2016
2016: Looking at the year ahead
With 2015 staunchly in the rearview mirror, it's time to turn back round and focus on the road ahead.
15 January 2016
The top 10 blockbusters to look out for in 2016
If you like your movies big, loud and star-laden, look no further than these ten releases, that are pretty much guaranteed to be the blockbusters of 2016.
7 December 2015
Alternative Festive Films: The dark side of Christmas
From the archive: I think it's fair to say Christmas isn't all fun and games when it comes to films.