Neive McCarthy takes us back to a time where we would sit in cinemas, next to strangers, without masks on…practically unimaginable nowadays. Even though we miss going to the cinema and having our pick of the bunch, streaming services and at-home premiers remind us that it’s not all that bad!
Twas The Night Shift Before Christmas – Adam Kay Kay’s stories from his time as a junior doctor are as funny as they are heartbreaking. His witty style is undercut by an unflinching look at […]
Taika Waititi’s self-proclaimed “anti-hate satire” delivers on its promises, a comedic, satirical war drama, that delivers a thought-provoking, and surprisingly deep and emotive cinematic narrative. There were many laughs and even a few unexpected tears […]
An essential part of film marketing is the trailer. If you do it right, it can be as much of a spectacle as the film itself, but if you do it wrong, then you could […]
Beginning in the wake of the proroguing of parliament, the 2019 Labour Party Conference took place as Britain’s ongoing political crisis over Brexit reached new heights of animosity and unpredictability. But, although the conference was […]
It’s the biggest night in the British film industry. Last Sunday saw the 72nd British Academy Film Awards take place at the Royal Albert Hall in London. A succession of US dominated award shows over […]
The New Year amongst book lovers provides the perfect excuse to delve into a tantalising selection of new releases in 2019. With titles coming from authors old and new, revered and promising, there’s bound to […]
One big issue Hollywood has been facing in recent years is a lack of originality; remakes, reboots and sequels plaster cinema programmes, and 2019’s upcoming year of film seems all the same. Disney is spewing […]