Books Vs Film: I’m Thinking About Ending Things

Synopsis: Full of misgivings, a young woman travels with her new boyfriend to his parents’ secluded farm. Upon arriving, she comes to question everything she thought she knew about him and herself. Goodreads: 3.55 IMDB: 6.7 Book I was strongly advised to read the book before the film was released, and I am so gladContinue reading “Books Vs Film: I’m Thinking About Ending Things”

World Cinema: Films to See

I thought i’d put this list together to really honour the truly fantastic world cinema films out there. A lot of the time these movies slip under our radar and don’t receive the true attention they deserve. The Handmaiden I went into this movie blind, and man, was it worth the pay off. This movieContinue reading “World Cinema: Films to See”

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. Relax, you’re going to love it.

If you’re like me, you can’t wait for this time of the year as it usually means one thing. A BLACK MIRROR EPISODE. Last year, we were fortunate enough to feast on Season 4, this year, bandersnatch takes over over screens and our minds. There aren’t many writers can could pull bandersnatch off with suchContinue reading “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. Relax, you’re going to love it.”

New on Netflix: Better Call Saul Finale Spoliers

The transformation is complete. Vince Gilligan pulls off a directory masterpiece, again. Just like Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul slowly shows the fundamental process of change for the protagonist. The way it is shot, directed and acted, will again create a clear milestone for streaming TV. Breaking Bad sees Walter White, a moral man setContinue reading “New on Netflix: Better Call Saul Finale Spoliers”

Netflix Review: Maniac Episode One *Spoliers*

Bold, intriguing and almost mentally exhausting to watch. Netflix, unmatched for its cultural and entertainment presence, has taken a bold move in the creation of Maniac. Netflix’s decision to hire Emma Stone, Jonah Hill and¬†Cary Joji Fukunaga¬†(True Detective) means business. The first episode feels like a creative journey, allowing both the streaming service and theContinue reading “Netflix Review: Maniac Episode One *Spoliers*”