Searching Review

by Ian Morton The way directors tell a story changes with every passing generation. John Carpenter threw the door open to first person perspective with the Halloween franchise, The Blair Witch Project boosted the popularity of found footage and James Cameron made 3D variations the norm. Now the world can’t go more than 10 minutes without… Continue reading Searching Review

On Chesil Beach Review

by Ian Morton Capturing a convincing relationship for the big screen can often be one of the hardest things for filmmakers to achieve. Held to ransom by both script and performance, movies that chart the course of ‘love’s long journey’ often swing between modern-day drama and b-movie rom-com territories. The most common complaint often calls out… Continue reading On Chesil Beach Review

Unsane Review

By Ian Crow Steven Soderbergh is back on the big screen with his latest entry to his collection. Unsane follows a young woman, struggling to cope through everyday life, is thrown off course from her recovery of mental health. Having moved hundreds of miles away from her home town, she now resides in a new… Continue reading Unsane Review

Love, Simon Review

By Ian Crow On the tin, it may look like your typical teen romantic movie, but Love, Simon is one that doesn’t go down that road. Love, Simon is centred on Simon, a young high schooler. Has an abundance of friends, a fantastic circle of support from his family and high school is generally good,… Continue reading Love, Simon Review

The Cloverfield Paradox Review

By Ian Crow Following the trend of the universe of Cloverfield, the new instalment in the franchise was unknown to all. We had no idea of the official title, release date, synopsis or trailer. All we knew of was the cast and that it was set in space. During Super bowl weekend, the film dropped… Continue reading The Cloverfield Paradox Review

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review

By Ian Crow I love it when a film like this comes along. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is one that came out of nowhere for me. I heard bits and bobs about the film and of course, have been intently following the Awards season and it’s a film that’s been knocking on the door.… Continue reading Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review

Darkest Hour Review

  By Ian Crow Set during the early days of World War II, Winston Churchill is the newly appointed prime minster and faces a mountain of a challenge. As Hitler’s Nazi army is spreading through Europe at a devastating pace, Churchill has the future of Britain in his hands. His task is a difficult one,… Continue reading Darkest Hour Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

By Ian Crow The wait is over. 2 years have passed since the last episode of Star Wars and we are now halfway through the new trilogy. The Last Jedi picks up immediately after the events of The Force Awakens. Rey finds the estranged Luke Skywalker to ask for help against the First Order, Finn… Continue reading Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

Molly’s Game Review

By Ian Crow Well known in Hollywood for his incredible writing duties, Aaron Sorkin has stepped behind the camera for the first time to direct the biographical events of Molly Bloom. Once an Olympic skier, she was fatally injured in a crash at the Winter Olympics which then ended her career. Portrayed by the ever… Continue reading Molly’s Game Review

Blade Runner 2049 Review

By Ian Crow Known as one of the greatest Sci-Fi movies ever made, Blade Runner also has one of the more fascinating histories of any film. Multiple cuts are available to buy and watch as Ridley Scott struggled to get his true vision out there. Many decades later, the final cut is out and Blade… Continue reading Blade Runner 2049 Review