Film Reviews

Film in 500: Violet Evergarden: The Movie Review

Certificate: 12A Director: Taichi Ishidate Writer: Kana Akatsuki, Reiko Yoshida Production: ABC Animation, Animation DO, Bandai Namco Arts, Kyoto Animation, Pony Canyon, Rakuonsha Distributor: Netflix, Anime Limited Platform: Viewed on Blu-ray, with Japanese Audio and English Subtitles Release Date: Out Now! Yes, I cried (obviously). Whilst the Violet Evergarden anime delivered on the promise of…

My Top Ten Films of 2022: #5-#1

It’s time for Part 2 of my top ten films of 2022! In this post, I’ll be talking about my top five picks from the last 12 months of films. For my choices from #10-#6, you can see that part of the list at this link! As usual, a quick clarification of my rules for…

My Top Ten Films of 2022: #10-#6

Another year ends, another year begins – and as is routine, that means it’s time for my annual Top Ten Films list! Just like other years, I’ll be going through my favourite ten films of the last year, split across two articles. Before we get into my choices, here’s a quick clarification of how my…

The Woman King, Ticket to Paradise, & Smile: Film Review Round-Up!

Hi! After a bit of a lean spell in late Summer, the cinemas are getting busier again as they prepare to cash in on Halloween movie season. So, we’re starting to see horror releases such as Smile, but there’s also plenty coming out for fans of other genres! In this round-up of my reviews for…

The Original Star Trek Films, Watched & Reviewed!

For so much of my life, Star Trek has been a gap in my knowledge. I’d seen the recent Kelvin timeline films and the first season of Discovery, but had never watched the iconic original cast stories or any of the other shows. However, I recently finally took the plunge and bought a Blu-ray boxset…

Catching Up On Horror: Jordan Peele & The Thing(s)

Hey there, I hope you’re doing well! In terms of films, I’ve been watching quite the mix of old and new in various genres. Something I’ve only recently dived into more has been horror. For a long time I’ve been turned off by it (I’m not a big fan of body horror and gore in…

Film in 500: Nope Review

Certificate: 15 Writer/Director: Jordan Peele Production: Universal Pictures, Dentsu, Monkeypaw Productions, The Government of Canada Income Tax Credit Program Distributor: Universal Pictures International (UPI) Platform: Theatrical Release (Reviewed) Release Date: Out Now! Jordan Peele’s newest feature film Nope is a captivating slow-burn of sci-fi/horror spectacle – and it’ll leave you debating the plot long after…

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