Category: Film & TV

Black Sabbath say Goodbye to Fans With Emotional Film

Black Sabbath – The End of The End   4th February 2017 marked the end of Black Sabbath as their farewell tour drew to a close in the city it began in almost fifty years ago. The devastation of losing the...

/ 28th December 2017

The Nightmare Before Christmas – Halloween or Christmas film?

One of Disney’s most successful, yet unusual, films is the classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. Released in 1993, this stop-motion treat directed by famous director Tim Burton has caused great controversy over the years – is it a Halloween or...

/ 25th December 2017

The More Obscure on Netflix

One of the most decisive moments in life is being faced with the ever-growing options on Netflix! So, I’ve compiled a little list of films and TV shows that I think will definitely be worth your time.   Get Me Roger...

/ 8th December 2017

Jigsaw Review

Putting together the pieces of a broken franchise, only to find you’ve lost the last piece under the sofa.  I love horror. It has always had a special place in my heart, and more specifically the ‘Saw’ movies have their own dark...

/ 7th December 2017

Stranger Things Season 2 Lives Up To The Hype

Stranger Things – Season 2 Review   The first season of Stranger Things was outstanding. A gripping sci-fi narrative, clear 80s inspiration and child actors who could actually act. Suffice to say this series felt new and fresh, whilst still being...

/ 7th December 2017

The Mountain Between Us: A Star-studded Lukewarm Romance?

When two strangers charter a small plane in the midst of a looming storm, crashing into Utah’s mountainous wilderness in mid-winter was not what they expected. Alex (Kate Winslet) and Ben (Idris Elba) must work together to survive, but as...

/ 14th November 2017

The Ritual: Memorial Holiday Gone Wrong?

  A standard horror that does it job of thrilling and scaring audiences while offering a lesson on friendship. Although The Ritual hasn’t given anything new in the world of the horror genre, the British film commitment to deliver a...

/ 27th October 2017

Blade Runner: 2049, An Open Letter to Sceptics

Are you one of those purists, refusing to see the new Blade Runner film because you believe that the original was a one-off that can never be replicated? Or are you someone who is completely baffled by the whole ‘Blade...

/ 27th October 2017