I’m so pleased to announce the launch of my brand new podcast, Tea-V-Time. With many of us still in lockdown and unable to pop to a coffee shop with a friend, I thought this podcast was a good way to get together with some wonderful members of the film community and chat about some great TV shows.
After the hugely disappointing Jigsaw in 2017, it’s safe to say I once again felt apprehensive about another instalment in the long-running Saw franchise which has spanned several films and even video games.Continue reading “FILM REVIEW – Spiral: From the Book of Saw”
Rating: ★★★★ 1/2
Being a teenager is hard, as it’s a time in your life where you’re not a child, not really an adult, and you have a lot of complicated stuff going on. There’s school, first loves, trying to fit in, bickering with your parents, the list goes on.Continue reading “FILM REVIEW: Babyteeth (2019)”
I’ve been a huge fan of Ashens for years now, so you can imagine my excitement when I found out another film was in the works.Continue reading “FILM REVIEW: Ashens and the Polybius Heist (2020)”
Getting It is one of those films that proves you don’t need a massive, blockbuster budget to deliver a great piece of work. This project was written, produced and directed by Tom Heard, who also plays one of the main characters in the film.Continue reading “FILM REVIEW: Getting It (2020)”
This year I was delighted to do FrightFest coverage over on JumpCut Online, so that’s why you haven’t seen any reviews on this site yet. I am planning on doing a couple of reviews here, but the majority are up on JumpCut now.
Breakups are never easy, especially when it’s a marriage. Sadly divorce is still such an ugly word in our culture, with plenty of shame attached to it.Continue reading “FILM REVIEW: Before/During/After”
As someone who loves one location films, I was very excited to have the opportunity to watch Louis Chan’s short film Stationary, which is filmed almost entirely in a parked car.