2019 Goals & Resolutions | Lucy Goes To Hollywood

  There’s no denying that 2018 was a very successful year for Lucy Goes To Hollywood. I met so many wonderful film fans, started writing for Jumpcut Online, frequently collaborated with podcasts such as Filmotomy, At The Flicks and Cinemania, and attended a variety of film screenings and events. I never thought I’d be able to achieve all of that in such a short space of … Continue reading 2019 Goals & Resolutions | Lucy Goes To Hollywood

Lucy Goes To Film Screenings: My thoughts on “The Escort”

Rating: ★★★★ This month, I had the opportunity to attend the UK premiere of Bizhan Tong’s The Escort. I had a great evening in the Karma Sanctum Hotel’s screening room, amongst fellow critics, fans and the cast and crew. It was an intimate screening which made the whole experience even better. A huge thank you for inviting me to this screening, it was a pleasure to be … Continue reading Lucy Goes To Film Screenings: My thoughts on “The Escort”

Lucy Goes To Film Screenings: “Padre” Q&A and meeting Willem Dafoe!

This month I was invited to the London preview of Padre, a new film by Italian director Giada Colagrande. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening and a pleasure to spend it with so many likeminded film fans. The event took place at Regent Street Cinema, a venue I hadn’t been to before but look forward to visiting again soon. Of course, a highlight of the … Continue reading Lucy Goes To Film Screenings: “Padre” Q&A and meeting Willem Dafoe!

Why The Nun’s Social Media Advert Is Problematic

It’s not news to many of you that I’m a big fan of horror films, even though they seriously freak me out. Maybe that’s part of the appeal to me. However, not everyone is so in love with the genre. Many people actively despise horror and will do their very best to avoid it, which brings me on to the point of this article. In … Continue reading Why The Nun’s Social Media Advert Is Problematic

LGTH Scrapbook: an easy, creative way to preserve cinema tickets

Many of us love keeping hold of our cinema tickets. They hold so many memories: maybe you took someone special there, maybe it was your first time, or maybe you just really loved the film so you wanted to keep hold of it. Whatever your reason – keeping tickets is pretty awesome, and a great thing to look back on a few years (or even … Continue reading LGTH Scrapbook: an easy, creative way to preserve cinema tickets

Exciting Update: Lucy Goes To Jumpcut Online!

Hi everyone, I’m really excited to announce that I’m branching out, and will also be contributing film reviews to the awesome Jumpcut Online! I definitely won’t be abandoning this blog which means you’ll be seeing more of me whether you like it or not, sorry about that. Please show the guys at Jumpcut Online some love and give them a follow. Make sure you keep … Continue reading Exciting Update: Lucy Goes To Jumpcut Online!

I was nominated for The Sunshine Blogger Award!

  Thank you so much to Kasey for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award! This award is given by bloggers to bloggers who inspire positivity and creativity in the blogging community, so it was a lovely notification to receive and it put a big smile on my face. I’m so happy you like me and my lil blog enough to nominate me, it means … Continue reading I was nominated for The Sunshine Blogger Award!

“They’re all gonna laugh at you!” – Social Anxiety and Blogging

  The above quote was taken from Carrie (1976). I thought it was fitting.  – I appreciate this blog entry is different to my usual content, but I wanted to share a little more about my personal life with you all. For those who also suffer from social anxiety, you’ll definitely understand that it interferes with your life in many ways. It can’t be switched off, and … Continue reading “They’re all gonna laugh at you!” – Social Anxiety and Blogging