Kickstart Your Summer with these Sunny Flicks

April 5, 2023

What makes a good summer movie? Is it the time of year the film is set? Is it the weather and that sweet golden hour look? Or is it just the vibe? For our film lovers, we’ve got it all to kick off summer 2023.


Creed III – Review

March 15, 2023

Just like the career of Rocky Balboa, and now Adonis Creed, this series seems to get better with time.


Spielberg was Right – Top Gun “Saved Hollywood’s Ass”

March 1, 2023

The air was warm. Covid regulations were dwindling. People were travelling and basking in the summer. Life was good. I hadn’t planned on rushing to the theatre to see it until I got home from Greece, but everyone was talking about Top Gun Maverick, Top Gun’s long-awaited sequel.


Here are our Favourite Romance Flicks for a Valentine’s Night In

February 13, 2023

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, there’s just enough time to get bingeing on your favourite romantic movies. Whether you’re settling down to watch a movie with a partner, some friends, or in bad need of some quality alone time, there’s enough romantic movies to keep you entertained for lover’s season. And if you’re looking for some inspiration – look no further.


A Guide to the Perfect Movie Night In

February 1, 2023

We can all vouch for the fact that there is no better feeling than going to the cinema after a draining week on Friday. That, like many other feelings, can be recreated at home, and here is exactly how to do it.


Tár Review – A Triumphant Symphony

January 18, 2023

Tár is a truly incredible character piece. Revolving around the fictional revered composer as she is faced with both the greatest challenge of her professional career and the looming demons of her past, this psychological drama is an uncomfortable yet arresting dive into music, mania, and monsters.


Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody – Review

January 18, 2023

Musical dramas and biopics may not be everyone’s cup of tea, and I didn’t think they were mine, but this movie was a touching and enjoyable cinematic experience; and while I did not grow up with Whitney Houston, I felt that this film did her justice.


Glass Onion Is Very Fun(ion) – Review

January 3, 2023

Knives Out is one of my favourite movies of all time. It’s a film that is so insanely well-written, so perfectly acted, so incredibly funny, and most of all, so shockingly clever in its execution. It completely shattered my expectations for what a whodunnit could deliver, even though I already adored the genre. How could someone do that twice? Well, I’ve no idea, but Rian Johnson did it anyway with Glass Onion.


Tarantino is Right, Modern Cinema Sucks

December 7, 2022

Hollywood is as controlled by major studios as it’s ever been, and those studios are as reluctant to take risks as they have ever been. There are fewer and fewer new original films each year, and more from franchises or pre-existing properties.


The Banshees of Inisherin – Review

November 10, 2022

The film is a discussion on not only Irishness but an examination of the decay that results from spending your entire life in the same suffocating environment.


Halloween Ends Review – A Middling End to a Thrilling Trilogy

October 26, 2022

Halloween Ends as a stand-alone movie provides an engaging and entertaining story, with great characters, and with many funny and horrifying moments. However, this movie as the ending to a great horror trilogy is both a divisive and obscure choice to finish on.