Edge of Summer Lucy Cohen

Edge of Summer – Review

Perhaps only some of our readers can remember family “staycations” back in the early 1990s. There were no mobile phones, no internet and no real notion of time. You tried to make friends with whoever...
Censor Niamh Algar

Censor – Review

The “video nasty” era in the UK was every bit a sociopolitical movement as it was a cinematic one. Emerging from a grimy 1980s, where the country seemed plagued more by strikes and economic uncertain...
Denmark Rafe Spall

Denmark – Review

Many a World Happiness Index has placed Denmark within the Top 10 best countries in the world to live in. The Danes, it seems, have got it so right with their chunky knit sweaters and love of hygge. ...
Call Me by Your Name

Six Of The Best: LGBT Cinema

It’s Pride Month and, here at Moviescramble, we are only too happy to get our rainbow on. Representations of the LGBTQI community has come a long way from early portrayals – dating back as far as the...
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 ...
Possum Sean Harris

Possum – Review

A quote attributed to Einstein claims that the very definition of insanity is “repeating the same process over and over again, but expecting different results.” And yet, that’s exac...

It Happened Here

“What if …” It’s a tantalising prospect for both novelists and film makers alike. It allows creative freedom; a world imagined on the quirk of a historical event, a simple redirection of fact. It’s p...