Finally, I have finally seen it. I have been excited all year since the first teaser trailer was released months ago and it is bad enough that I had to wait five days from its initial UK cinema release (sad I know) but I have finally seen Catching Fire. Five […]
Blue is the Warmest Colour is a unique calibre of film that stays with you for an indefinite and possibly infinite amount of time. It is both a hugely complex and beautifully simple portrayal of the most intricate elements of humanity and ultimately, love. You, as an audience, become so […]
On-going to the cinema I wasn’t expecting much, seeing as the first Thor movie was rather average, the acting wasn’t amazing and the narrative was extremely predictable. However, after Avengers Assemble in 2012 some of my faith was restored in Thor, for me at least, and I vowed to see […]
When Lee Daniels, Oscar winning director of the critically acclaimed ‘Precious’, releases a follow-up film like ‘The Paperboy’, the bar is set pretty high. However, the exploitation-esque thriller truly stands alone as one of the most raw and intense pieces of cinematic excellence of 2012. The film itself is a […]
Matthew Iredale reviews “Mama”, a horror about a supernatural guardian that seeks revenge on a couple who saves the lives of two feral children.