Hard to connect – White Colour Black (Film Review)

Posted by - February 10, 2021
Leke, a young photographer, doesn't seem to have life under control. Excelling in his professional career by opening exhibitions for his work but there is another side to Leke. His destructive personality leaves him unable to form any healthy relationships, as he floats around recreational drugs and one night stands. His life comes crashing down

Surviving the Avalanche of Abuse – Slalom (Film Review)

Posted by - February 9, 2021
Skiing is the ballet of the mountains – it shares a similar violent elegance, as you grapple with the elements over and over again, pushing yourself to the absolute limits in the pursuit of excellence. The pursuit can be more dangerous than the execution itself – when something demands everything of you, to give yourself

Disaster Strikes! Or does it? – Greenland (Film Review)

Posted by - February 4, 2021
In a year where it seems that just about everything has happened except for the end of the world, it can be quite entertaining to watch a disaster film like Greenland and to witness the end of the world without having to get worried. In Greenland, Gerard Butler plays structural engineer John Garrity desperately trying

Violent interpretations – Possessor (Film Review)

Posted by - February 1, 2021
When Brandon Cronenberg burst onto the film scene with his first feature Antiviral in 2012, people questioned whether he would go down the same route as his famous father, David. With his new film Possessor, it certainly embodies his father’s work and sets a clear precedent of what to expect from the Canadian filmmaker. Possessor

An Unexpected Love Story – A Ghost Waits (Film Review)

Posted by - January 26, 2021
Making a movie about ghosts can be tricky. It takes a lot to get people to suspend their disbelief, even when they’re watching a film. If the effect or portrayal of the ghost (or ghosts) is good, then there’s a solid chance that the audience will be hooked for the whole movie. But if the

Living A Double Life – Looted (Film Review)

Posted by - November 6, 2020
There is a trope when it comes to gritty British films that they are always set in the north of the country and they always have thing ting of grey to them. For the most part, this can't be helped because of the good old British weather, but there have been numerous films where giving

‘Trouble Thinking Clearly’ – Cognition (Short Film Review)

Posted by - October 20, 2020
Cognition is an ambitious attempt to expand the scope of what you would normally expect from a short film. This is a genre often filled with small-scale stories, but this twenty-seven-minute featurette is anything but. It seeks to worm its way to the very core of its protagonist’s mind, charting his traumatic reaction as he