Collabs: Cinemania Nightmares Ep.6 “Child’s Play Trailer Discussion, AHS 84′, Brightburn, and more!”

Last night, I joined Duane from Cinemania to discuss some of the upcoming horror films and shows that are coming our way! It was great to share our initial thoughts, and I can’t wait to see all of them when they’re released. Listen to the episode below and don’t forget to follow Cinemania: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter   Continue reading Collabs: Cinemania Nightmares Ep.6 “Child’s Play Trailer Discussion, AHS 84′, Brightburn, and more!”

LGTH Podcast Episode 2: American and British Comedy Films (w/ Sade Glover)

Episode 2 is now live, and with much better sound quality. Woo! It was so fun talking to Sade from Offscreen Babble Podcast about all sorts of comedies, what works for us and what doesn’t, and whether or not some countries might not ‘get’ certain humour. I hope you enjoy listening! Follow Offscreen Babble: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram  Podcast Theme by Mitch Bain   Continue reading LGTH Podcast Episode 2: American and British Comedy Films (w/ Sade Glover)

Collabs: At The Flicks “35: MarvelUs Fisherman”

On this episode of At The Flicks, Josh and I return to discuss Adam McKay’s The Big Short and I accompany Jeff on his review of Jordan Peele’s new horror Us. As ever this was a fun discussion and I hope you guys enjoy too! Don’t forget to follow the At The Flicks team at the links below: Twitter | Soundcloud    Continue reading Collabs: At The Flicks “35: MarvelUs Fisherman”

Not as bad as I was expecting: My thoughts on “Shazam!”

Rating: ★★★   I have to admit, when I first saw the trailer for Shazam!, I felt pretty underwhelmed. It didn’t seem like the kind of film I’d enjoy. I often get tired of cringey, over the top humour, which is basically what the trailer was packed full of. Having said all of this, I ended up being pleasantly surprised by the film after agreeing … Continue reading Not as bad as I was expecting: My thoughts on “Shazam!”

An action-packed mix of super powers, solidarity and cats: My thoughts on “Captain Marvel”

Rating: ★★★ 1/2 Ever since Captain Marvel was announced, it dominated social media for a number of reasons. People were either hyped, or couldn’t wait to slag it off. As a casual superhero fan I was interested to see what all the fuss was about, and how Brie Larson would perform in the titular role. Ever since I saw her in Room, I’ve been so impressed by … Continue reading An action-packed mix of super powers, solidarity and cats: My thoughts on “Captain Marvel”

Collabs: The Silence of the Lambs with blogger Lucy Buglass – The Pick of the Flicks Podcast #28

I’ve never spoken about my all time favourite film at length on a podcast before, so I was delighted to have the opportunity to do so on The Pick of the Flicks. Thank you so much to Tom Beasley and Flickering Myth for having me on, this was so much fun and I really hope you enjoyed it too! Take a listen and make sure you … Continue reading Collabs: The Silence of the Lambs with blogger Lucy Buglass – The Pick of the Flicks Podcast #28

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”