Red Joan

Red Joan – Review

The idea of a “granny spy” seems utterly ridiculous. But, of course, Red Joan, is not focusing on the elderly woman tending her garden. It wants you to think about what the OAP in question got up to ...
Red Joan

Red Joan – Trailer

The new trailer for the forthcoming drama Red Joan has been released. The Film, based of the Jenny Rooney’s novel of the same name, debuted at the 2018 Toronto Film festival and is set for a UK...

Six Of The Best: Female Powerhouses

With the emphasis in Hollywood firmly, and correctly, being placed on equality it seemed like a good time to take a look at some of the strongest female presences on screen today. These women have pr...
Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express

I am someone who can lose an entire Sunday to episodes of Murder She Wrote or Columbo. A good murder mystery can be enjoyed over and over again – even if you already know “whodunnit”. Such is the cas...

The Chronicles of Riddick

It is difficult to find a contemporary Sci-Fi film that doesn’t try to please everyone. The gritty Elysium from last year, had a storyline that was almost a joke due to it’s overly earnes...

David’s Top Ten of 2013

Looking back over the year, no film could claim to be the real stand-out of 2013. In a year where sequels like Iron Man 3, Despicable Me 2, Fast and Furious 6 and the latest instalment of The Hunger ...

New Releases for November

November marks the first full month where the award contenders come out to play.  several ‘worthy’ films get their release in the hope of Early buzz giving them momentum towards the start...

Skyfall (2012)

You know times are tough when a studio has trouble financing a James Bond film. Despite the financial successes of Casino Royale and The Quantum of Solace, MGM filed for bankruptcy in 2010 putting th...