A Chilling Ghost Story – The Power (Film Review)

Posted by - April 8, 2021
Corinna Faith’s The Power is a chilling ghost story, set in 1970s Britain. Times are difficult and every night the country is plunged into darkness in order to conserve energy amid miners’ strikes. Val (Rose Williams) is already afraid of the dark, we witness her turning on every light in her small living quarters following

Noel Clarke To Receive Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema Award

Posted by - March 29, 2021
Noel Clarke will be known to most as Mickey Smith, Rose Tyler's mistreated boyfriend from Doctor Who. But he is in fact an accomplished Film writer, director and producer. Clarke wrote and starred in the award winning Hood trilogy, a series of films about troubled teens turned adults in West London. This included Kidulthood, Adulthood

V For Vendetta at 15: An Underappreciated Cultural Phenomenon

Posted by - March 17, 2021
When it comes to Western holidays, Hollywood pretty much has you covered for films to watch. There are countless Christmas films, so much so that maybe one could argue there are too many. There are hundreds of Valentine's Day films and even more if you consider any romance film to be a suitable celebration. The

Documentaries to watch if you’re interested in… English History

Posted by - January 24, 2018

In ‘Documentaries to watch if you’re interested in…’ I try and keep to one specific subject whether it be Tudor England or Missing Person Cases but some documentaries fall through the gaps and don’t make it on lists, which is why I’m making the very vague ‘Documentaries to watch if you’re interested in… English History’.

Documentaries To Watch If You’re Interested In… The Victorian Era

Posted by - April 24, 2016
The Children Who Built Victorian Britain Available On Youtube; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6ByG7q74qg If you've been outside in the past sixty or so years you will imagine Victorian Britain as Dick Van Dyke smiling smugly with brush (as pictured above), and while that's a lovely image it is also far from the truth. The building of the Industrial Revolution

New In; Hoff The Record

Posted by - June 4, 2015
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to see David Hasselhoff in an improvised comedy sketch where he plays a fictionalized version of himself? For those of you who answered yes to the question, and I can imagine there will be many, the Hoff is coming to UK screens on 18 June for

Documentaries To Watch If You’re Interested In… Macabre History

Posted by - April 21, 2015
The Great Plague Of London Available on Youtube; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqoVGNL3XhY One thing that can guarantee to put the shivers up anyone is the plague doctors of 1665, those creepy bird-like masks set off a great fear of masks (in general) for me. Many people have seen these masks and know exactly where they came from, the great