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Review: I’m not in Love Film – Out Monday 12th April 2021 on Digital Download – Rent or Buy

As soon as I saw the trailer to this film, I knew I was going to like it, the sense of humour is so typically British and the characters are so relatable. It’s a refreshing change to watch a film from a man’s perspective that dives deep down into his relationship issues and fear of...Read More
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Review: Roe V. Wade Film – Out on Digital Download – Friday 2nd April 2021

When I was kindly offered the chance to review this film, I jumped at the chance, as it is about the US abortion law and women’s rights and how the law came to pass back in the early 1970’s. I saw it as a chance to be educated on a very sensitive issue that most...Read More
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Review: Last Call Film – Out on Digital Download from 29th March 2021

I liked to look of the trailer to this film, so I requested to review it. It reminded me of the Reese Wetherspoon’s film, “Sweet Home Alabama” but the male version. The Synopsis The film follows Mick (Jeremy Piven), a successful property developer who is returning to his home to in Philadelphia, after 12 years...Read More

Review: Nemesis Film – Out on DVD & Digital Download – 29th March 2021

After Billy Murray appeared in Eastenders (a British TV Soap -for those who are not familiar) as gangster, Johnny Allen, I have been a fan – so seeing him in another gangster role was an appealing concept. The Synopsis A top gangster, John Morgan (Billy Murray) has his past catch up with him, as he...Read More
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Review: The Banishing Film – Out on Download 26th March 2021

Being a Downton Abbey fan, I was immediately interested in watching this film as soon as I knew that Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey’s Lady Sybil) was starring in it. Jessica plays Marianne, who is wife to vicar, Linus, (John Hefferman) who move into a haunted house with their daughter, Adelaide, (Anya McKenna Bruce). But...Read More
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Preview: 35th BFI Flare Film Festival runs from 17th – 28th March 2021

The 35th BFI Flare Film Festival is opening on Wednesday 17th March 2021 and runs until 28th March 2021. The festival will showcase the best of LGBTQI+ cinema including short films and events. I love how diverse the films in the programme are, in true BFI fashion there are films from every continent, representing all...Read More

Review: Come True Film – Out 12th March 2021 in Cinemas & Digital Download on 15th March 2021

I found the trailer of this film very intriguing, it seemed like an interesting film based on the science of sleep disorders. Synopsis A teenage runaway takes part in a sleep study that becomes a nightmarish descent into the depths of her mind and a frightening examination of the power of dreams. Take a look...Read More

Review: Dreams On Fire – World Premieres at Glasgow Film Festival – Saturday 6th March 2021

I’ve never seen a film about an aspiring dancer set in Japan, or in any country other than the UK, the US or Europe – what a refreshing change! As an ex-professional dancer, myself and now a dance school owner & choreographer, I know all too well, the barriers that any aspiring dancer can come...Read More

Review: POLY STYRENE: I AM A CLICHÉ – UK Virtual Cinema Release Date – 5th March 2021

Perfect film to watch on International Women’s History Month! Prior to watching this film, I’d never heard of Poly Styrene or her band X-Ray Spex, I knew about the rock and punk scenes and some of the other trends and issues raised in this documentary film. Poly Styrene, born Marianne Joan Elliot-Said, was born in...Read More

Review: Justine – Released 5th March 2021 – On Demand – Exclusively by Curzon Home Cinema

As you might already know, I love a film with a strong female lead & this film also interested me as it is set in one of my favourite places in the UK, I absolutely LOVE Brighton – (Brighton is a seaside town on the south coast of England, for those who didn’t know). Synopsis...Read More