A dramatic month, ending on a comedic note to break your heart then lift your spirits (no pun intended). Whether you got a laugh from Spider-Man: Homecoming, a scare from It Comes at Night or your heart broken and burst by Dunkirk and The Big Sick. Continue reading “August Recipe at the Cinema: A Body of Drama with a Hint of Hijinks”
Prepare for a web-slinging, skin-crawling, tension filled, devastating yet hopeful month of cinema. In this time of blockbusters don’t forget to catch some of the other gems hitting the big screen this month, so here’s my top 5 films for July. Continue reading “Web-slinging, Skin-crawling, Tension filled, Devastatingly Hopeful July”
May has finished without a bang but a whimper, paving the way for June to hit screens with some big hitters, quick cuts and plenty of stars. With so much to pick from, I’ve picked my top 5 films to see this month, starting with an obvious choice… Continue reading “June & the Box Office Summer Begins”
Recently, I watched Scott Pilgrim vs the World for the first time in a few years, it’s always been one of my favourite films but after seeing it so many times, I let it slide to the background for a while. Revisiting it, it came to mind how much it really has to offer, so here’s a quick round-up of what makes this adaptation a must watch for anyone who hasn’t seen it and a small window into why those who have, love it so much. Directed and written by Edgar Wright, co-written by Michael Bacall, based on the graphic novels by Bryan Lee O’Malley. So let’s get started shall we?
Despite a few blockbuster, franchise releases, April has been a quiet month but things are about to slowly ramp up to summer with a mix of blockbuster and indie releases for May, so here’s my top 5 for this month: Continue reading “Come What May…At the Cinema”
March seemed like too many releases to contend with, they may have all been of differing quality but nevertheless, varied and with plenty of options of what to catch in cinemas. April however, seems to have taken a strong step in the other direction, with only a few films to note that may be worth stepping into cinemas for but here they are… Continue reading “A Slow April”
Recently, I got a chance to pose some questions to screenwriter Jen Finelli about her and Samantha Aiken‘s upcoming film I’m Having an Affair With My Wife, a romantic comedy about a Black and Asian (#blasian) married couple who become fed up with their marriage and seek out an affair, only to accidentally start an internet affair with each other. There certainly aren’t enough female driven projects out there and I’m happy to help introduce you to one of them, so check out what Jen had to say: Continue reading “Interview: I’m Having an Affair With My Wife”
February in the UK gave us the chance to watch some Oscar nominated (and winning) films, action, true stories, heart-warming tales and a few living toys. March will give us monsters, remakes, an ageing superhero, foreign film and some fantastic female leads, not all of which have made it onto this month’s list; here are the 8 most vital viewings for March. Continue reading “The Films of March”
January is always a hard month to follow but February is up for the challenge with a significant list of extremely varied releases to entertain us this month at the cinema.
January is posed to be bursting with quality cinema, it’s also the height of the Oscar contenders season but really that’s just a benefit for audiences to receive so many great films in one month. Continue reading “Starting The Year Right At The Cinema”