Paddy Considine

Six of the Best : Paddy Considine

In light of the recent release of Journeyman, and the subsequent high praise it has received critically, it seemed an opportune time to look at some of the other work from the film’s writer, di...

Six of the Best: DCEU

Ok, so the DCEU has failed to live up to critical and commercial expectations of Marvel’s groundbreaking efforts. It’s not to say that there is nothing good about the films, as flawed as ...
Paul Rudd

Six Of The Best: Paul Rudd

It’s strange to think that it has been over twenty years since Paul Rudd burst into public consciousness in 1995’s Clueless – not least because he barely appears to have aged. Rudd has carved out a c...
Alfred Hitchcock

Six of the Best: Hitchcock Villains

Alfred Hitchcock famously once said, “Always make the audience suffer as much as possible.” Nicknamed The Master of Suspense, he certainly endeavoured to provide the cinema going public with as much ...

Six of the Best: Wrestlers Turned Actor

Once upon a time, the idea that a professional wrestler would make the jump to the big screen was met with much derision and mockery. It wasn’t uncommon for the athletes to throw their hat from one r...

Six of the Best: Films Turning Twenty

In a bid to make most of us feel positively mummified, I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at six film that are twenty years old in 2018. There were so many happy memories to choose from...

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...

Six Of The Best: Keeping It In The Family

Hell or High Water, David MacKenzie’s modern ode to old school Westerns is impossible to ignore and, once seen, harder to forget. That’s thanks in no small part to the laconic charm of the legendary ...

Six Of The Best: In Slow Motion

Slow motion is the go to guy when you want to underline a scene. Whether you’re trying to evoke emotion, draw attention to a specific act or, frankly, just look really cool, slo-mo is the director – ...