Category: Film & TV

Pixar Strikes Again with Their Latest Hit: Coco

By Hannah Guest  Coco is the latest standalone Pixar film since their 2015 flop The Good Dinosaur and before that was Inside Out, which was rated highly by many critics and with good reason. With every Pixar release expected to become an instant hit,...

/ 23rd February 2018

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