Review: Sing Street

Unless it’s a Disney film, it’s not often that a film which features original songs find their way onto the “downloaded” list on whichever music provider you use. But with John Carney’s latest cinematic outing, you’ll be lying if you say you don’t get a least one of these songs stuck in your head. 

Review: The Nice Guys

Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling may not be a combination anyone had considered in the past, but Shane Black saw the goodness that laid between this duo and brought the pair to the big screen in the new release The Nice Guys.

Review: Me and Earl and The Dying Girl

When I was interning in London earlier this year, I helped out on a film screening. While ours was reasonably popular, the screen next door was overflowing with people eager to see Me and Earl and The Dying Girl. I wondered what the fuss was all about, therefore when I got a chance to see…

Review: Birdman

When you follow film journalist from all around the world, there’s sure to be a few favourite films that will always be repeated. Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is one of these.

TRAILER: Hell No: The Sensible Horror Film

If you’ve listened to our second podcast (you can still listen to it here), I’m not a fan of horror films. I’ve put myself through a couple, not particularly enjoyed them and spent my time, like everyone else, questioning why the people are stupid enough to go in the abandoned house/deserted camp site/scary looking place…

REVIEW: The World’s End

  Can you believe that it was ten years ago that Shaun of the Dead was released, and the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy was started? From The Winchester, taking a quick trip through rural Sandford, we’ve ended up in Newton Haven and are exploring the Golden Mile for a few pints with Simon Pegg, Nick…

REVIEW: The Internship

We all know that the world revolves around Google. For years it has been search engine of choice, bringing the answers to every question we can think of – no matter how weird! Back in 2006 “Google” was even added to the dictionary! Now, it’s the turn of Google to have a film makeover. Don’t…