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”
Continue reading “INTRODUCING: Tea-V-Time Podcast”
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.
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.
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Continue reading “External Reviews: FrightFest 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.
Continue reading “Stationary review & interview with filmmaker Louis Chan”