Middling Earth: Last Christmas – Review

The cinema schedule ticks along like clockwork. Award season films, blockbuster films, and festival films all revolve and rotate seamlessly, with no let up. Come November, a good month before the actual holiday, you can guarantee that we’re going to be inundated with cheesy Christmas films. You know the type. Sickly sweet carols as someone learns to true meaning of life is to be selfish … Continue reading Middling Earth: Last Christmas – Review

Come Away – Review

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Peter Pan are two of the most celebrated stories in British history. There have been so many theatrical and cinematic celebrations harkening back to the Victorian era. There have been so many movies and interpretations including some horrors, thrillers, and unexpected sequels to these stories that you could say there was too many, right? Right?! Anyway, regardless of this, Come … Continue reading Come Away – Review

I’m Your Woman – Review

Over the last few years, we have been treated to American movies that have focussed on the wives or girlfriends of career criminals. Generally though, films such as Widows or The Kitchen have shown groups of women associated with crime getting together to prove that they are better than their deadbeat husbands, even if they are played by Liam Neeson. Set in Pittsburgh in the … Continue reading I’m Your Woman – Review

David Byrne’s American Utopia – Review

I have to admit that I was never a fan of Talking Heads. I say that in the sense that I knew who the band and enigmatic lead man David Byrne was, I knew the songs Once in a Lifetime and Psycho-Killer. I knew about them, but I had never dipped my toe into their discography or listened to them as religiously as my friends. … Continue reading David Byrne’s American Utopia – Review

The Prom – Review

by Leoni Horton  Dripping in glitter, and bursting at the seams with that good, old fashioned razzle-dazzle, The Prom is a theatrical explosion of energy from showtime to curtains. Flamboyant in every sense of the word, Ryan Murphy’s latest all-singing, all-dancing venture is a High School Musical meets Glee mash-up with the volume turned way up high. Although drowning in unabashed silliness and too wide, … Continue reading The Prom – Review