Collabs: Strong Language & Violent Scenes ep 40: In Defence of… Jaws 3D (w/ Lucy Buglass)

I had SUCH a good time talking about the weird and wonderful Jaws 3D with Mitch and Andy from Strong Language & Violent Scenes! This was one of the funniest podcasts I’ve ever done, so much to take the mick out of. Anyone else love shitty shark films as much as Andy and I? Listen to our episode below and make sure you follow the guys at … Continue reading Collabs: Strong Language & Violent Scenes ep 40: In Defence of… Jaws 3D (w/ Lucy Buglass)

Collabs: Talk Filmy To Me EPISODE 57: Green Book, Battle Angel, & Nic Cage madness (GUEST HOST: Lucy Goes To Hollywood)

Last night, I headed to Soho to record with the lovely guys at Talk Filmy To Me! We spoke about film news, why I hated Vice, played Cage or Nonsense and still found time to get a couple of reviews in too. These guys are an absolute pleasure to work with and listen to, so I definitely recommend their podcast! Listen to my episode at the … Continue reading Collabs: Talk Filmy To Me EPISODE 57: Green Book, Battle Angel, & Nic Cage madness (GUEST HOST: Lucy Goes To Hollywood)

Short Film Saturdays: “The Interview”

Rating: ★★★★ Short Film Saturdays is back! This week, I’m taking a look at dark comedy The Interview. Running at 7 minutes, this short is minimalistic in both setting and casting, but still managed to keep me hooked throughout. The film follows Robert (Scott Michael Wagstaff), a down on his luck guy, as he interviews for a new role. He’s awkward, desperate and looking for a way … Continue reading Short Film Saturdays: “The Interview”

Time To Talk Day 2019 | Why creating a film blog changed my life

This isn’t hyperbole: Lucy Goes to Hollywood really did change my life. In fact, a few years ago it didn’t exist. The idea hadn’t even crossed my mind. It seems so strange to think that one of the darkest times in my life helped me to create something I love so dearly, and go on to meet a community of many like-minded people. People that I’d happily … Continue reading Time To Talk Day 2019 | Why creating a film blog changed my life

A patronising mess of a film: My review of “Vice”

Rating: ★ If you want to learn how to completely and utterly fail at satire, look no further than Adam McKay’s Vice. It honestly does pain me to say this was one of the worst experiences I’ve ever had in the cinema. As a matter of fact, I was seconds away from walking out at one point. But, like any good critic, I stayed in my seat. … Continue reading A patronising mess of a film: My review of “Vice”

A stunning portrait of friendship and comedy: My review of “Stan & Ollie”

Rating: ★★★★★ To this day, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are still regarded as one of the greatest comedy duos. Their acts used slapstick comedy, cartoon violence and song to delight audiences. From 1927 all the way up to 1955, they performed these acts together both on screen and on stage. Something that really made me smile about Stan & Ollie was the fact that both Steve … Continue reading A stunning portrait of friendship and comedy: My review of “Stan & Ollie”