What I Watched: November (2016)

Doctor Strange Lost River Captain Phillips Only God Forgives Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Sausage Party Big Midnight in Paris Fantastic Beats sand Where to Find Them Arrival The Shining In her shoes

Arrival (2016) Review

Dennis Villeneuve, director of the highly acclaimed Prisoners and Sicario has redefined the sci-fi genre with his latest endeavour — Arrival. After premiering at the Venice Film Festival, both critics and viewers were praising… Continue reading

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) Review

It has been five years since “Potterheads” have been able to see the Warner Brothers logo appear on screen, followed by John Williams’ iconic Hedwig’s theme. JK Rowling has brought the magic and… Continue reading

What I Watched: October (2016)

Okay. I have been gone for a while, I started my final year of university and had so much work to do so I really did not get a chance at all to… Continue reading

The Girl on the Train (2016) Review

Paula Hawkins’ best selling novel is amongst the many book-to-film adaptations coming out this autumn, with Michael Fassbender’s The Light Between Oceans ;Tom Hanks’ Inferno and Lupita Nyong’o’s The Queen of Katwe all… Continue reading

What I Watched: September 

This is extremely late (been working and now back in University). But anyway as always better late than never. 1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallowe Part 1 2. Harry Potter and the… Continue reading

99 Homes (2014) Review

‘America was built by bailing out winners. By rigging a nation of the winners, for the winners, by the winners.’ 99 Homes is a heart wrenching, real estate thriller. Michael Shannon is Rick… Continue reading

What I Watched: August (2016)

I am crying because it is September and you know what that means – back to university for the last time. Why do the holidays have to come to an end but more… Continue reading

Top 10: Coming of Age Films

Coming of age films are some of my favourites to watch, whenever I am stuck in deciding what film to watch I always find myself in this genre. So here is a list… Continue reading

Dunkirk (2017) Teaser Trailer

  *I wrote this out when the trailer came out, just realised I never actually posted it, so here it is* Christopher Nolan is undoubtedly one of the greatest film directors of our… Continue reading