Category: Film Reviews

‘The Holly Kane Experiment’ Review

The Holly Kane Experiment

The idea of subliminal messages in the media or used as a weapon have always been the thing of the paranoid mind. There is a possibility of course that they are real, and we are all being controlled. The Holly Kane Experiment is a movie that looks at the possibility of a successful method for…

‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ Review

The Cloverfield Paradox

Cloverfield movies are becoming something of an event for film fans. While the first film was an okay found footage style monster movie full of mystery, it was 10 Cloverfield Lane that truly made an impact. How was the surprise of that film topped? Through running the trailer for the third film, The Cloverfield Paradox…

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Review

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

When the first Kingsman movie was released, it felt like a Bond film that didn’t take itself seriously. Most importantly the chemistry between the main characters made for a likeable team that were easy to like. With Kingsman: The Golden Circle looking to recreate the magic, can lightning strike twice? When a face from the…

‘I Am Heath Ledger’ Review

I Am Heath Ledger

To think it is ten years since Heath Ledger died shows how fast things seem to go these days. One thing we can be sure of though even after ten years is that Ledger left his mark on the world, and is still missed. In I Am Heath Ledger we get an intimate look into…

‘78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene’ Review

78/52

You don’t need to be a fan of Hitchcock to know the Shower scene. It is woven into popular culture and for most of us we’ve seen it all our lives. 78/52 takes a look at the famous shower scene, what makes it so special, and why it is so celebrated. The name 78/52 represents…

‘The L-Shaped Room’ Review

The L-Shaped Room

When watching a British film from the sixties, the realistic discussion of such things as growing up as a single parent, or considering abortion wasn’t something you’d expect to see in a film set in London. The L-Shaped Room though is one of the few that took a look at society, family, and love and…

‘Suffer Little Children’ Review

suffer little children

I’m a fan of history as well as movies, so I like to watch films from many eras. In the UK the Video Nasty movies are a treasure trove of films that range from the bad to good. To see what made them so controversial can be an obsession especially for somebody like me. This…

‘Deliver Us (Liberami)’ Review

Deliver Us

Whether you are religious or not you’ll have heard of Exorcism and the role it plays in the Catholic Church. While it has made its way into popular culture with the likes of The Exorcist it is still a practice that is used to “rid” people of demons. Deliver Us is a documentary that gives…