Alternative Christmas Film Advent Calendar 2020 – Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

Christmas films are often associated with warmth, family, togetherness and a general infusion of the joys of the festive season, not horror. However, there are a number of horror films set at the festive season, a time when you would least expect the evils of the world to be on display. Therefore, this year theContinue reading “Alternative Christmas Film Advent Calendar 2020 – Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale”

Alternative Christmas Film Advent Calendar 2020 – The Day Of The Beast

Christmas films are often associated with warmth, family, togetherness and a general infusion of the joys of the festive season, not horror. However, there are a number of horror films set at the festive season, a time when you would least expect the evils of the world to be on display. Therefore, this year theContinue reading “Alternative Christmas Film Advent Calendar 2020 – The Day Of The Beast”

Wonder Woman 1984 – Review

Cert – 12, Run-time – 2 hours 31 minutes, Director – Patty Jenkins Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) secretly acts as Wonder Woman, stopping or preventing small crimes, however she has to use all her power to stop business-owner Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) from gaining world-threatening power. Is Wonder Woman here to save 2020? Perhaps. However,Continue reading “Wonder Woman 1984 – Review”

Alternative Christmas Film Advent Calendar 2020 – Dial Code Santa Claus

Christmas films are often associated with warmth, family, togetherness and a general infusion of the joys of the festive season, not horror. However, there are a number of horror films set at the festive season, a time when you would least expect the evils of the world to be on display. Therefore, this year theContinue reading “Alternative Christmas Film Advent Calendar 2020 – Dial Code Santa Claus”

LFF 2020: Wolfwalkers – Review

Release Date – 11th December 2020, Cert – PG, Run-time – 1 hour 43 minutes, Directors – Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart An English girl (Honor Kneafsey) living in 1600’s Ireland befriends a shapeshifting Wolfwalker (Eva Whittaker) while her father (Sean Bean) and the Lord Protector (Simon McBurney) try to rid the woods of wolves. SinceContinue reading “LFF 2020: Wolfwalkers – Review”

The Prom – Review

Cert – 12, Run-time – 2 hours 12 minutes, Director – Ryan Murphy A group of struggling Broadway performers (Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Andrew Rannells) team up to better their image by helping a young girl (Jo Ellen Pellman) excluded from her prom because of her sexuality The movie musical has very muchContinue reading “The Prom – Review”

Train To Busan Presents: Peninsula – Review

Cert – 15, Run-time – 1 hour 55 minutes, Director – Yeon Sang-ho A group of survivors are sent back to a zombie infested South Korea to find a truck holding $20 million in cash For my money the opening to 28 Weeks Later is one of the greatest film openings ever. Robert Carlyle furiouslyContinue reading “Train To Busan Presents: Peninsula – Review”

Happiest Season – Review

Cert – 12, Run time – 1 hour 42 minutes, Director – Clea DuVall Abby (Kristen Stewart) is visiting her girlfriend Harper’s (Mackenzie Davis) family for Christmas. However, Harper’s family don’t know that she’s gay. Nerves often rise when it comes to meeting a partner’s parents. However, for Abby (Kristen Stewart) her nerves stem fromContinue reading “Happiest Season – Review”