A biopic that’s not just for wrestling fans: My thoughts on “Fighting With My Family”

Rating: ★★★★ 1/2 Let me make something clear before I dive into my review: I don’t like wrestling. Actually, I hate wrestling. I could barely name another wrestler aside from The Rock and John Cena, so at a glance this film really isn’t marketed towards me. But when we go a little deeper, it becomes clear that this is an incredibly accessible film with a powerful message. … Continue reading A biopic that’s not just for wrestling fans: My thoughts on “Fighting With My Family”

TV Review: My thoughts on “Russian Doll”

Rating: ★★★★ After the success of both Parks and Recreation and Orange is the New Black, I was intrigued by a new Netflix series created by Amy Poehler and Natasha Lyonne. Many fans know them as Leslie Knope and Nicky Nichols, and I’m sure we can all agree they’d make a very interesting duo. Immediately after seeing the promos for Russian Doll, it was clear that this was … Continue reading TV Review: My thoughts on “Russian Doll”

Collabs: At The Flicks “031: London Vice Fight”

Last week, Josh (aka Mr Lucy Goes To Hollywood) and I met up with the At The Flicks team. It was a pleasure meeting them and we even recorded a very heated debate about Vice. Ding ding ding. It was so fun getting Josh involved with his first film podcast, and we can’t wait to join the guys next month to talk The Big Short! … Continue reading Collabs: At The Flicks “031: London Vice Fight”

♫ This review’s gonna get stuck inside your… ♫ : My thoughts on “The Lego Movie 2”

Rating: ★★★ 1/2 5 years after the release of the first Lego Movie, these lovable characters are back with a brand new adventure. I had such a blast with the original so I was interested to see how they’d continue the story. In The Lego Movie 2 the residents of Bricksburg are faced with a new threat, soon seeing the city they love destroyed by aliens from Duplo. … Continue reading ♫ This review’s gonna get stuck inside your… ♫ : My thoughts on “The Lego Movie 2”

LGTH Podcast Episode 1: Did Bohemian Rhapsody deserve such negative reviews? (w/ Chris Gelderd)

Episode 1 of has arrived and I’m joined by the one and only @GelNerd to talk Bohemian Rhapsody. A big thank you to Chris for joining me on my first podcast! Follow Chris: Twitter Podcast Theme by Mitch Bain Source: 1: Did Bohemian Rhapsody deserve negative reviews? (w/ Chris Gelderd) Continue reading LGTH Podcast Episode 1: Did Bohemian Rhapsody deserve such negative reviews? (w/ Chris Gelderd)

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”