Dance Into The Fire – Ema (Film Review)

Posted by - April 28, 2020
The latest film from Chilean director Pablo Larrain sees him reunite with Gael Garcia Bernal and introduce the world to Mariana Di Girolamo in an off-beat family drama that's electric to the touch. Larrain has made a career out of films that combine a docu-drama aesthetic with dashes of the abstract, as the likes of

Even The Dead Have Feelings – Coco (Film Review)

Posted by - January 26, 2018
Taking a trip into the afterlife may not be what you come to expect from a brightly coloured, fun filled family film. But when it comes to Pixar the gloves are off and the rules are there to be broken, because for the animations giants there’s no concept so difficult that they can’t make it

‘In Search of Poetic Justice’ – Neruda (Blu-Ray Review)

Posted by - June 26, 2017
A biopic has a stigma. It is usually a film based on a famous person’s life or a period of time in their life. Mostly based on fact, but with any film, artistic license is taken because after all it is a film not a documentary. ‘Neruda’ is a different interpretation of the sometimes over