The Wife Review

The world of literature is one I’m not fully versed with. I am a keen reader, but the works I like reading are along the lines of Neil Gaiman, JK Rowling and George RR Martin than the professed masters of literature. What made The Wife intriguing to me though, was the focus on the wife… Continue reading The Wife Review

A Star is Born (2018) Review

A Star is Born is one of those films which sees a new version of it come around every now and then. Since the release of What Price Hollywood in 1932, there have been 4 different subsequent versions of A Star is Born. Now I have deliberately not seen any of those other versions of… Continue reading A Star is Born (2018) Review

The Little Stranger Review

So old British grand houses are sort of the perfect location for a horror film to take place in. There’s this sense of history and conflict within them that give off a creepy atmosphere. Enter Lenny Abrahamson, whose previous two films, Frank and Room, were excellent. It was really his involvement that got me excited,… Continue reading The Little Stranger Review

Crazy Rich Asians Review

It’s fair to say that there has been a lack of representation of East Asian culture and performers in mainstream cinema. Considering that the last time a major Hollywood studio film with a majority Asian cast was released before I was born, it was way overdue for another Hollywood film with a majority Asian cast.… Continue reading Crazy Rich Asians Review

The House With a Clock in its Walls Review

Eli Roth is one of those directors who I’ve never really been a fan of. His films have always been way too excessive and nasty, and not in a good way, and they haven’t been good experiences to watch. However, when I found out that Roth was going to direct this, a family friendly horror-fantasy… Continue reading The House With a Clock in its Walls Review

American Animals Reviews

Since I first saw The Imposter, I’ve been waiting to see what Bart Layton would do with his career next. The Imposter was easily one of the most engaging documentaries released in the past few years and established Layton as a talent to watch and he’s applying his expertise in true stories to the heist… Continue reading American Animals Reviews

The Miseducation of Cameron Post Review

It feels like there have been more films exploring the damage of religious fundamentalism recently. With films like this, Apostasy and the upcoming Boy Erased, there is a trend at showing the darker, indoctrinating side of religion and the damage that it causes. This film though is unique from the other films by being told,… Continue reading The Miseducation of Cameron Post Review