A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio – Review

https://youtu.be/ZrOPGjtlhsk Written by Mauro Coche & Guillermo Lockhart ★★★ On this dark, dark night stews a dark, dark idea – and inside this idea sits a bag of bone and sinew, stringing together a consortium of the macabre, hideous and creative stories shared over the neon caked lights of a radio shack glow. A Night of … Continue reading A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio – Review

iHuman – Review

https://youtu.be/0qX49Lqo12c Directed by Tonje Hessen Schei 2019/Norway/99mins ★★★★ The face of war has changed. And while the atrocities of it resonate on the battlefields, towns and homes of many – war has taken a digital stance, warping public perception and influencing the states of economy, unions and elections. Brexit, Trump, and many of those delightful … Continue reading iHuman – Review

The Glass Man – Review

https://youtu.be/6M8Pvdst_7g Written & Directed by Cristian Solimeno 2011/ UK/ 108 mins ★★★ What a premise. What a deep-seated deconstruction of abusive and toxic masculinity. What a cast of accomplished performers, and what a shame. Just shy of a decade ago, Cristian Solimeno’s The Glass Man saw a limited release. Now, towards the tail end of 2020, this psychological … Continue reading The Glass Man – Review

Silent Night – Review

https://youtu.be/f5mfsyHp5v0 Written & Directed by Will Thorne UK/2020/93mins ★★★ One last job - that’s all they ever want. But when you owe someone, and we mean owe someone, well – you’ve just got to do as you’re told. Mark, a recently released hitman from South London, has only one interest following prison, his family. Specifically, his daughter … Continue reading Silent Night – Review

A Christmas Carol – Review

https://youtu.be/gyXVIhSsalI Written by Charles Dickens Adapted by David Morris Directed by Jacqui Morris ★★★★ Conceivably this year, Christmas finds itself closer to its Victorian traditions than before. With the grandeur and event-styled nature limited this year, Christmas looks to be closer to home; intimate, and family-centric. Regardless of how one chooses to spend the festive … Continue reading A Christmas Carol – Review