The Drifters (Film Review)

Posted by - April 3, 2021
In post-Brexit Britain, Koffee (Jonathan Ajayi) and Fanny (Lucie Bourdeu) are two migrants who find each other in a story about love and identity. Koffee, an African migrant who came to the country illegally, is studying English whilst working for a criminal. He completes illegal tasks to can gain citizenship in the UK via an

“I Want To Be Remembered For Who I Was”- Supernova (LFF Review)

Posted by - October 10, 2020
It seems that Relic wasn’t the only film featured at the London Film Festival that explores dementia. Whilst that film used horror, Harry MacQueen’s sophomore feature Supernova sees stars Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci as a couple dealing with the increasing difficulty of the illness, and the issues raised about love and loss, in this

Black as Sin – Possum (DVD Review)

Posted by - March 4, 2019
When it was first announced that Matthew Holness was to be directing a horror film, I was suitably intrigued. Having been a devout follower of the cult of Darkplace for many years (indeed, I believe I am one of few to also remember its follow-up, Man to Man), I found myself pondering how a man best known for

A Royal Ruckus -The Windsors (DVD Review)

Posted by - August 28, 2017
The Royal Family have always been an easy target for ridicule. Shows such as Spitting Image and 2DTV has poked fun at the very point of their existence, but never before have we had a full-blown sitcom parodying the everyday lives of Britain’s first family. In their latest venture, The Windsors, George Jeffrie and Bert