2017 has been a strong year, especially in the summer blockbuster department. It has now come to that time of the year where we look back and decide which 10 films have caught our eye so far. 1. Dunkirk – Director Christopher Nolan has delivered again. His use of practical effects come to fruitition in… Continue reading Crow’s Must See Films of 2017 So Far!
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
By Ian Crow British director and writer Ben Wheatley is back with his new film Free Fire. Following on from his mildly disappointing outing in High Rise, we get a glimpse of the Ben Wheatley I love in this picture. Set in Boston in the year of 1978, a meeting between two gangs in a… Continue reading Free Fire Review
As a big Beatles fan, getting the chance to watch a documentary on Britain’s biggest band of all-time that’s made by one of the biggest directors in Ron Howard would have been a crime to turn down. Having a director of that calibre behind the documentary and one of the big positives for having Ron… Continue reading The Beatles: Eight Days a Week Review
The one genre I can always rely on is thrillers. The grittiness of a great story that keeps you on the edge of your seat are always the best. It always seems that they are the most enjoyable when you least expect it. This is true to the case with EIFF film A Patch of… Continue reading A Patch of Fog – EIFF Review
Kodi Smit-McPhee and Michael Fassbender star in ‘Slow West’, the new western film which is directed by newcomer John Maclean, which dazzles on screen in a quick short burst of what every western film should be. Taking the best of old western classics and compiling them down into a very short 80 minute running time… Continue reading Slow West Review
To celebrate a year of our short film being released to the internet, we wanted to share our first efforts to you, our followers exclusively through our website! Made on a shoe string budget and a second hand camera, we molded a script based on our biggest influences in film such as Fight Club, Drive… Continue reading Bruce Short Film by Ian Crow & Ian Morton
British Science Fiction thriller ‘Ex-Machina’ starring Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson & Alicia Vikander is a stunning piece of story-telling, superb acting and a gripping plot. Directed by Alex Garland, who is well known for being the author of ‘The Beach’ back in 1996, it was then ultimately picked up by the upcoming British director Danny… Continue reading Ex-Machina Review