• Look Out For… April

    If you’ve already watched Us and want some more horror, the latest Stephen King adaptation Pet Sematary – about a supernatural graveyard for animals – is a good follow-up. If you’d prefer a thriller starring Andrew Scott in a standout performance, then check out Steel Country, which follows Scott...
  • Trailer Watch: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

    Quentin Tarantino will forever be known as one of Hollywood’s most iconic directors. His movies have been enshrined into cult legend, yet this year’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has the potential to rival his very best works. Hailed as a black comedy crime film written and directed...
  • Look Out For… March

    As another month goes by, another Oscar ceremony comes to a close – and it’s safe to say that I have watched Olivia Colman’s acceptance speech a total of 27 times. But anyway, whether you’re sick of films or not, March is chock-a-block full of them. If you miss...
  • Film Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Walking into the almost empty cinema, I sat down looked around and thought ‘I’ve got a bad feeling about this’. Disney had the almost impossible task of writing an origins story for possibly the most iconic character in cinema history. Here are my spoiler-free thoughts on Ron Howard’s endeavour...
  • Film Review: Deadpool 2

    How do you write a sequel to the highest grossing R-rated film of all time? This was the task given to director David Leitch. On Tuesday 15th the merc with the mouth, played by Ryan Reynolds returned to cinemas in Deadpool 2 to fight the time traveller Cable (Josh...
  • Banff Mountain Film Festival @ Nottingham Playhouse

    Excitement, adventure, adrenaline and free goodies, what more could you want in an evening? This is exactly what was delivered at the screening of the Red Programme of films at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. The films are chosen from a wide variety all entered into the most recent...
  • Film Review: Avengers Infinity War

    Trying to review this film is particularly difficult for two reasons. The first has been well advertised: big things happen often in this film and talking about them would likely ruin the experience for anyone still yet to see it. It’s hard to discuss the finer aspects of a...