London Short Film Festival (LSFF 2019): 5 films you must see

The London Short Film Festival 2019 runs between the 11th-20th January. I was lucky enough to preview some of the International films from this year’s festival, and have compiled five of the films that really stood out to me. These films are from a variety of different countries and vary between live-action and animation. They are very different in their tones and styles, which makes … Continue reading London Short Film Festival (LSFF 2019): 5 films you must see

TV REVIEW – Bandersnatch (2 Weeks In) :

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The reason fror that bracket in the title, is that it took a while for Bandersnatch to click with me. My first journey through the ‘film’ only lasted 20 minutes and little happened. Luckily my trusted film friend Lucy (lucygoestohollywood.com) told me to give it another go as her experience had been a 65 minute horror adventure. Soooo.… Continue reading TV REVIEW – Bandersnatch (2 Weeks In) :

Netflix’s first interactive film: my thoughts on “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch”

Rating: ★★★★ 1/2 It comes as no surprise that Black Mirror was Netflix’s guinea pig for their first ever interactive film.  Charlie Brooker’s anthology series about the dark side of technology has captivated fans ever since it first aired on Channel 4 in the UK. With Netflix being a leading entertainment service, the time had come for them to try something brand new. The film dropped over … Continue reading Netflix’s first interactive film: my thoughts on “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch”

2019 Goals & Resolutions | Lucy Goes To Hollywood

  There’s no denying that 2018 was a very successful year for Lucy Goes To Hollywood. I met so many wonderful film fans, started writing for Jumpcut Online, frequently collaborated with podcasts such as Filmotomy, At The Flicks and Cinemania, and attended a variety of film screenings and events. I never thought I’d be able to achieve all of that in such a short space of … Continue reading 2019 Goals & Resolutions | Lucy Goes To Hollywood

REVIEW: The House That Jack Built (2018)

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Directed by: Lars Von Trier Starring: Matt Dillon, Bruno Ganz, Uma Thurman Written by Lucy Buglass Danish director Lars Von Trier is no stranger to controversy. He has certainly divided film fans with some praising his work and some condemning it.  The House That Jack Built is his most recent creation, causing audience members at Cannes to either walk out… Continue reading REVIEW: The House That Jack Built (2018)

Collabs: Cinemania Live Ep.14 “Lucy’s Favorite Movies of 2018, and more!”

  It was a pleasure to join Duane from Cinemania to discuss our favourite films of 2018, and speak about the new Hellboy, Greta and Men In Black trailers. We even threw in a Love Actually review because, you know, it’s nearly Christmas! Listen to the podcast here: https://open.spotify.com/embed/episode/4pES8hklmCDAZLWcWgjUwG Continue reading Collabs: Cinemania Live Ep.14 “Lucy’s Favorite Movies of 2018, and more!”

Short Film Saturdays: “Art Battle”

Rating: ★★★★ Today’s short is a 15 minute long documentary that follows one of Manchester’s biggest and best art events, known as Art Battle. For a while, the founders of the event chose to keep out of the spotlight… until now! Sophie and John have taken us as an audience behind the scenes for the very first time, showing us just how much work goes … Continue reading Short Film Saturdays: “Art Battle”

A critique of toxic workplace culture: my thoughts on “Broken Ceiling”

Rating: ★★★★ We’ve all had to endure conference calls at work, and we all know how boring they can be. When I realised that Broken Ceiling takes place almost entirely within a conference call, I was worried that they wouldn’t be able to keep my attention for a full hour and a half. However, I’m pleased to say I was wrong! Broken Ceiling is Adam Davis’ first … Continue reading A critique of toxic workplace culture: my thoughts on “Broken Ceiling”