Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 3 Review

by Ian Crow Two sessions down, here’s what we thought of the third: In Retrospect Director: Rick McCullagh Starting off session three was the psychological drama, In Retrospect. A story about a young woman struggling to deal with the death of her partner is offered a new drug designed to reconstruct memories and supposed to… Continue reading Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 3 Review

Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 2 Review

by Ian Morton As the third day kicked off, the audience were finally given a chance to sit down with the showcase. Here’s what we thought of the second session:   Plane Director: Jonas Dinal Although it’s impossible to deny the skill both in front of and behind the camera, there was just something about… Continue reading Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 2 Review

Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 1 Review

by Ian Crow As the third day kicked off, the audience were finally given a chance to sit down with the showcase. With the first of four sessions lined up, here’s what we thought of the opening films: Gone Director: Julian Remundi Getting the festival off the ground was the short mystery, Gone. After coming… Continue reading Chelmsford Film Festival: Session 1 Review

War for the Planet of the Apes Review

By Ian Crow Undoubtedly, one of the most anticipated sequels in the past few years. Caesar and his army of apes return for the third installment in the Planet of the Apes series. Following on from the events of Dawn, we pick up quickly with Caesar and company as they plan their future without the… Continue reading War for the Planet of the Apes Review

All Eyez on Me Review

By Ian Crow Jumping on the success of Straight Outta Compton, All Eyez on Me is the biopic of one of the most highly influential rappers in the 90’s. Still to this day, people talk about Tupac Shakur, whether it’s his music or the unsolved murder that people still theorize about. All Eyez on Me… Continue reading All Eyez on Me Review

Spider-Man Homecoming Review

By Ian Morton Spider-Man Homecoming is a breath of fresh air for a franchise commonly bogged down in the fateful expectation of an origin story. Following on from the events of Civil War, Homecoming follows Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Tom Holland) as he battles a local weapons syndicate run by Adrian Toomes/The Vulture (Michael Keaton) while balancing the… Continue reading Spider-Man Homecoming Review

Baby Driver Review

By Ian Crow Without doubt one of the most talked about films at the moment. Baby Driver has been receiving high praise from critics and fellow industry members for Edgar Wright’s new piece of work. A heavily influenced film, Baby Driver picks up some of the best bits from the films of old but manages… Continue reading Baby Driver Review

Book of Henry Review

By Ian Morton Book of Henry does a stellar job at playing the heartstrings, but the frequent waves of emotion only hide a mixed and disjointed plot. After discovering his next door neighbour is being abused by her father, a young boy, his mother and younger brother hatch a plan to rescue her at any cost.… Continue reading Book of Henry Review

It Comes At Night Review

By Ian Morton With a breath of fresh air, It Comes At Night takes inspiration from some of the more classic horror tropes, relying on simple methods to get the job done. While struggling to survive in a post-epidemic ridden world, a small family and their way of life is changed forever when a new set… Continue reading It Comes At Night Review

Wonder Woman (2017) Review

The DCEU has come under intense scrutiny since the universe first started. Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad equally shared a fist full of punches from every angle towards the finished products. Lack of story, albeit, maybe a bad telling of potentially a good story in both of the films and over dramatized moments have… Continue reading Wonder Woman (2017) Review