• Film Review: Love, Rosie

    Sometimes life doesn’t go exactly the way you may have planned, and this is something that Love, Rosie explores with great depth and heart. Based on the novel Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern, this charming Rom-com is a mesh of tears, moments that can’t help but prompt a smile...
  • 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...
  • Film Review – Nina Forever (Mayhem 2015)

    ‘A fucked up fairy tale’ is how Nina Forever’s trailer describes Ben and Chris Blaine’s dark horror-comedy and it’s not joking. Taking a rom-com and adding a sarcastic, undead ex is an unusual concept to say the least, but the Blaine brothers and their fantastic lead trio somehow make...
  • Is The Rom-Com Over?

    Will Hollywood ever get films for women right? The classic female staple, the romantic-comedy, is increasingly becoming more predictable and generic. Open up their trademark pink and white covers, and behind the pretty disguise of glitz and makeovers lurk thin plots, clichéd characters and a prominent sense of déjà-vu....