Eviction Notice – For the Sake of Vicious (Film Review)

Posted by - April 22, 2021
I don’t know about you, but when I come home from a hard day working a job that is barely making ends meet to find my unconscious landlord in a bloody pulp lying in the floor, the last thing I want to do is keep him alive!  Oh yeah, and the guy that beat him
In the foreground are audience members sat in theatre seats, wearing glamorous tuxedos and dresses. Ahead of the audience in a stage lit in silver and blue, with a giant Oscar award statue erected in the centre of the stage.

What Can The Oscars Do To Become Relevant Again?

Posted by - April 4, 2021
With all the buzz and excitement that surrounds the annual Academy Awards ceremony, it’s a little surprising that the biggest night of awards season has been losing viewers over the years. Since 2014 the viewership has steadily decreased, from 43.7 million viewers to an all-time low of 23.6 million viewers at the 2020 Academy Awards.

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

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

Could this be Orlando Bloom’s best work? – Retaliation (Film Review)

Posted by - March 28, 2021
Orlando Bloom delivers a flawless, and gripping performance, but alas the narrative does not quite meet his level of commitment. Retaliation is overwhelming with its religious symbolism and often scathing reflections of Catholicism, yet the “revenge” plot both underwhelms the audience and exceeds original expectations. Bloom plays Malky (Malcolm), a haunted demolition worker who takes
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“Dream well” – Sacrifice (Film Review)

Posted by - March 15, 2021
Sacrifice is the worst thing a horror film can be: boring. On paper, it has the potential to be a fun ride, a cosmic horror featuring the legendary Barbara Crampton, but unfortunately, Sacrifice is bland, bloated and not scary in the slightest. Inspired by the works of H.P Lovecraft and Paul Kane’s short story Men