“He’s A Beast!” – David (Short Film Review)

Posted by - January 19, 2021
David is the directorial and writing debut of Zach Woods. Many will know Woods for his roles as the awkward and/or nerdy man that skulks about in shows like The Office, Silicon Valley, and Avenue 5. He's often a welcome sight to many fans of American comedy. Now though he's trying out working behind the

Quasi-spy – Ashens and the Polybius Heist (Film Review)

Posted by - November 23, 2020
Following up from the success of his 2013 film Ashens and the Quest for the GameChild Stuart Ashen and frequent collaborator Riyad Barmania are back with a direct sequel; Ashens and the Polybius Heist. Although Ashens is more on the niche side of the YouTube sphere he has garnered a large following of loving fans,

“Glittery, but cold” – The High Note (Blu-ray Review)

Posted by - August 12, 2020
Dakota Johnson and Tracee Ellis Ross star in this glittery story about a singer and her overworked, but passionate assistant. Johnson plays Maggie, an aspiring music producer working as the legendary singer Grace Davis’ personal assistant. Grace’s star is not shining quite as bright as it used to, but she still tours around the country

“Mum Would Have Wanted Us To Open Up This Bakery” — Love Sarah (Film Review)

Posted by - July 6, 2020
Given the rampant popularity of The Great British Bake Off, it's perhaps a surprise that British cinema hasn't more thoroughly embraced the value of food porn. Filmmaker Eliza Schroeder, however, has dived into that world headfirst with Love Sarah — a charmingly romanticised note of affection for London and, specifically, for the delicate joy of