“I suspect foul play” – Knives Out (BFI London Film Festival Review)

Posted by - October 14, 2019
After a family gathering celebrating his 85th birthday, famous crime novelist, Harlan Thrombey is found dead under suspicious circumstances. With his whole family as well as his confidant and nurse, as possible suspects, local police officers are joined on the case by famed sleuth Benoit Blanc who was hired by an anonymous client to solve

Suffer the Little Children – The Lodge (BFI London Film Festival Review)

Posted by - October 4, 2019
Religion is often used as a tool in horror films. Not quite a cult-like experience but the fear is that someone believes in something so strongly they would do unforgivable things in the name of religion. Usually, its Christians who get the beating and its no different with The Lodge. But instead of targeting someone

“I Never Left… I Remember All Of It” – It Chapter Two (Film Review)

Posted by - September 3, 2019
Andy Muschietti's It was the rarest of things – a bona fide horror blockbuster. The Argentine director's adaptation of the first half of Stephen King's book earned more than $700m at the global box office in 2017, becoming the highest-grossing horror movie of all time. The sequel had a lot of pressure on its shoulders,