Author’s note: let’s just address right here and now that I’m a romantic and I will therefore gush for the next few hundred words because this film was stunning. Okay, carry on What a movie. What a cast. What a soundtrack. I know this may be a big call, but this is why I love and want to make movies […]
Ah, Woody Allen. I hate you and I love you.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a film review as I haven’t really seen anything worth writing about as of late I did see Girl on the Train last week, which I loved, but I was too into the movie to take any mental notes on it. So, props to Tate Taylor and the love […]
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, based on the best selling-novel, is a Tim Burton themed wonderland. From gothic visuals and costumes to the recurring character types, Tim Burton’s style is visibly translated across everything he touches, and this film is no different. The film is equal parts dark, spooky and quirky and follows the […] […]
The Bronx in 1976 was rife with poverty, corruption and sweet, sweet disco music. It was the beginning of a revolution.
Hello, As requested by the unit KJB222 (Online Journalism 1), I am to start a weekly podcast or blog. As I do not enjoy the sound of my own voice in the slightest, I have chosen the latter. My first thought was, what I have to say, generally isn’t of any consequence to anyone. This much […]