Reviews

4.5

Top End Wedding Review

Yes, bloody yes, Lauren (Miranda Tapsell) exclaims after overly excited fiancé-to-be Ned (Gwilym Lee) bends down mid-sentence to ask her one simple question. Will you? Well I, too, say yes, bloody yes, save th...
3

Breaking Habits Review

It’s a story that sounds too bizarre to be real: a successful business woman transforms her life after her marriage of seventeen years is suddenly brought to an end. In a bid to rebuild her life, she turns to ...
1.5

Hellboy Review

As much as I shouldn’t be, I’m comparing Neil Marshall’s Hellboy to the Guillermo Del Toro efforts of the mid 2000’s. I just can’t help myself. What Del Toro did with those films was create a wonderful univers...
2.5

Missing Link Review

Laika Studios fifth film, Missing Link, is clear evidence of the natural evolution of stop motion animation that made the studio a force to be reckoned with ten years ago with their debut film, Coraline. The a...
3.5

Us Review

Jordan Peele, the genius behind Get Out comes back to scare the bejesus out of us with, well, Us. All he had to do to scare me though was just make a movie about people eating toffee apple. That is gross. U...
4.5

The Highwaymen Review

Netflix’s newest feature, The Highwaymen, tells the story of retired Texas Ranger’s Frank Hamer (Kevin Costner) and Maney Gault (Woody Harrelson) as they take on a special assignment to track down and finally ...
5

Back of the Net Review

When asked to have a look at Back of the Net, my main motivation for doing so was a chance to interview the films director, Louise Alston (My first ever interview). In fact, I jumped at the chance. I love ...
4.5

The Hole in the Ground Review

The Hole in the Ground, directed by Lee Cronin, is a tense look into the lives of single mum and apparent domestic violence victim, Sarah O’Neill (Seána Kerslake), and her young son Chris (James Quinn Markey),...
4

The Bouncer Review

In 2008, Jean-Claude Van Damme starred in the self-parody film JCVD. The film was a great success for the Muscles from Brussels, with some even suggesting he could get an Academy Award nomination at the time (...
2

Where Hands Touch Review

Amma Asante is one of the more exciting directors working today. Belle is a genuinely powerful glimpse into the history of race relations in 18th-Century England. A United Kingdom may not be as great as Belle,...