Sophia Walmsley reviews the latest Christmas rom-com to grace our Netflix accounts.
Mia Fulford reviews Netflix’s latest film adaptation ‘Rebecca’.
This film feels like a compilation of several independently shot stories that make no coherent sense as one film. It’s through a dysfunctional and disorientating timeline, jumping from storyline to storyline with little linkage, rushing […]
It’s Black History Month and, to celebrate, local cinema stalwart Hyde Park Picture House are screening a series of films that explore Black culture. Melina Matsoukas’ directorial debut Queen & Slim is about to be […]
Enola Holmes is pretty fun. It won’t top anyone’s favourite film list or their 2020 best-of. It doesn’t need to. Because it’s harmless, laid-back fun. Above all else, it is Netflix’s attempt at a blockbuster, […]
Memories of Murder is the second feature film of Bong Joon-Ho, the celebrated Korean director best known for the critically acclaimed Parasite, released earlier this year. Originally released in 2003, it has been remastered and […]
I thoroughly enjoyed Tenet but for those who appreciate storytelling, for the wrong reasons, I would find it difficult to explain to you what it was about, what it meant and how the story made […]
Disney’s live-action Mulan (2020) remake is addled yet simultaneously addling, seeing that it’s an amalgamation of the Ballad of Mulan being forcefully instilled with rudimentary Chinese values and Westernized narrative elements. Even though the film […]
After the backlash that the first film received for its misogynistic plotline, it came as a surprise to find that Netflix had decided to make a sequel to The Kissing Booth. Even though like many, […]
Panny-D 2020. Somewhere north of Glasgow. My family and I have been in lockdown since March. For the most part, tensions during the day have stayed relatively low. We luckily have enough space to disappear […]
The latest Spike Lee “Joint” arrived on Netflix on June 12th, off the back of Lee’s 2018 critical success with BlacKkKlansman. Da 5 Bloods is Lee’s return to satirical form with focus on African American GI experience in […]
Missing Beaverworks and need something more than Boiler Room’s live streams to keep the memories of the rave alive? Sarah Mortimore reviews four films that will put you back in the middle of the dance […]