Beats – Preview

Set in Scotland in 1994, Just as the Criminal Justice Bill attempted to place restrictions on the UK’s rave culture and the free party movement, Beats is a story of friendship, rebellion and th...

Colette – Review

You can tell Colette was a labour of love just by the amount of detail that is paid to every scene and the care with which the film is told. So, it should come as no surprise to learn that it was a p...
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...

Get Ready With Me – Trailer

Producer Johan Lundström and Director Jonatan Etzler’s live action short film Get Ready With Me is an unpredictable thriller that combines grim satire with the topical issues of teen angst, soc...

Backtrace – Review

I think it’s about time that the publicity departments have a bit of a rethink about how they approach the advertising of some movies. Not so much with the big releases as they tend to use a nu...

Siberia – Review

There is a tremendous amount of affection out there for Keanu Reeves. He has had a long and, on the main part, successful career. So much so that there is now the KeanuCon film festival dedicated to ...

Green Book – Review

Peter Farrelly flexes his directorial muscles by taking on a serious topic in Green Book. Along with his brother Bobby, the Farrelly Brothers are known for some of the 90’s best comedies in Dumb and ...

The Favourite – Review

Now, I consider myself quite open-minded when it comes to my taste in movies. There’s not much I’ll instantly dismiss, unless the title contains a combination of the words ‘Shades&#...
A Quiet Place

Top 10 Films of 2018 – Mary’s Picks

It’s been another funny old year in film. We’ve had Josh Brolin three ways – Thanos, Cable and Matt Graver – and been offered glimpses of several Disney classics reimagined as live action...