“Look Away” – A Series of Unfortunate Events (TV Review)

Posted by - January 14, 2017
Lemony Snicket’s neo-gothic tales of torment, A Series of Unfortunate Events, hold a special place in the hearts of readers across the globe. The tragic story of the Baudelaire children, Violet, Klaus and Sunny, who, in the wake of their parents’ mysterious deaths, are bundled from one unlikely new guardian to another, all the while

Save the Cheerleader… – Heroes Reborn (DVD Review)

Posted by - May 9, 2016
Back in 2006, the world was holding out for a hero. Amidst the storm of troubles facing the globe, we were in dire need of a little hope. Thus, cue Tim Kring’s multiple award-winning superhero drama, Heroes, in which a cast of everyday folk develop superpowers after a solar eclipse. Much like a modern day X-men,

Finding the Words – Stutterer (Short Film Review)

Posted by - December 14, 2015
Communication is such second nature to most in our modern world that it is difficult to imagine that for some the simple act of saying hello is almost an impossibility. Whether it`s through Facebook, email, or a friendly chat in the shops, communication is a vital part of our everyday lives. In his new film,

Marvel`s New Leading Lady – Jessica Jones (TV Review)

Posted by - November 23, 2015
They say that lightning never strikes in the same place twice. Indeed, the magic formula for a TV series has never been patented, much to the chagrin of many a studio exec. For Netflix, however, their partnership with Marvel has proved a huge hit. After the massive success of Daredevil earlier in the year, many

Get Checked In! – Oscar`s Hotel for Fantastical Creatures (TV Review)

Posted by - September 16, 2015
For over fifty years, the Jim Henson Company has brought some of the most memorable characters in film and television to glorious life. From the iconic Muppets to the lovable Fraggles, the terrifying Skeksis to David Bowie`s opulent codpiece, the Henson name has brought magic and wonder to generation after generation. In their latest venture,

Along the Shoreline – Manos Sucias (East End Film Festival Review)

Posted by - July 7, 2015
Colombian cinema has never really garnered much attention across the globe. Save for 2004`s masterpiece, Maria Full of Grace, the country`s impact on global cinema has been sadly minimal. This year`s East End Film Festival, however, is host to a number of Colombian films, each hoping to finally put the country firmly on the cinematic

This is Not a Dream – Comet (Film Review)

Posted by - July 3, 2015
Justin Long is a name you might not know. That said, you would certainly know his face. Having started his career as day-saving computer nerd Brandon in 1999`s cult comedy Galaxy Quest, he has appeared as a supporting character in over seventy films over the last few decades, from mediocre horror movies and Britney Spears