Category: FIlm

FILM: Gary Numan: Android In La La Land

Rating: Inevitably I will use the word ‘human’ in this review, not only because it rhymes with ‘Numan’, but for the accuracy in which it perfectly describes the man born Gary Webb. Since he established himself as The Dark Lord Of…

FILM: VICTORIA ON DVD AND BLU RAY

Rating: Victoria, from director Sebastian Schipper gets its DVD and Blu Ray release on Monday 23rd May. Since its theatrical release it has taken the film world by storm through its incredicble cinematography and unexpected shot, all incredibly filmed in just…

FILM: LOCO 16 – ‘HOT PROPERTY’

Rating: LOCO, the London Comedy Film Festival is coming to an end this weekend for another year, and what a year it has been. Now in its 5th year, the festival is dedicated to showcasing the hottest new talent in…

FILM: LOCO – SET THE THAMES ON FIRE

Rating: LOCO, London’s premium comedy film festival is back for its 5th year and looks set to be the biggest yet, packed with premieres, director Q&As and unique events. For the first time, the festival is programmed over twelve days,…

FILM REVIEW: RAMS

Rating: Rams is an Icelandic film about sheep farming. From that very short synopsis, you may not expect much from this indie film that won Un Certain Regard at Cannes 2015, but you’d be wrong. Rams is a beautiful, quiet…

INTERVIEW: FILM: The Truthful Phone

Niki and Matt caught up with writer/director Carl Rock and the co-writer/producer Katie Pow of brand new short film, The Truthful Phone. The film is based on a short story by Terry Jones and will feature the voice acting talents…

FILM: DARK PLACES

Director: Gilles Paquet-Brenner Starring: Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Chloe Grace Moretz and Christina Hendricks. Charlize Theron delivers another impassioned performance in the 2nd big screen adaptation of a Gillian Flynn novel in the past twelve months. Not as flashy or as…

VIDEO FILM REVIEW: ROOM (LFF)

Rating: Niki and Matt caught, the recently Oscar nominated film, Room last year at the London Film Festival. The film stars Brie Larson in an Oscar nominated role alongside newcomer Jacob Tremblay as mother and son living in captivity after…

Top 5 Films of 2015

2015 has been an undeniably excellent year for film. From blockbusters, comedies, indie flicks and animations to huge franchises adding to their catalogue, there has been no shortage of screen worthy flicks to cultivate conversation and make for endless cinema…

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