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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: 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

Review: Foster Boy Film – Out 1st March 2021 on Digital Download

As you already know, if you read my preview post this film is based on true events. We all know that you can read a synopsis of a film and watch a trailer to get the general “feel” of what its about, but some films don’t really “hit you” until you’re actually watching it –...Read More

Review: The Stylist – Out 1st March 2021 on Arrow & Amazon Prime Video

So, I promised you in my preview post a review of horror film, The Stylist, well, here it is! Horror is not my usual genre, I’m not really into “blood and guts” type horror films, but I couldn’t resist the intrigue of why an attractive, normal looking hair stylist would be a serial killer and...Read More

Preview: Foster Boy – Out on Digital Download from 1st March 2021

This is a film with some serious real life lessons, starring Shane Paul McGhie as Jamal Randolph, this film is about the reality of the legal system in the US surrounding the foster care system – based on a true story, so makes it even sadder. Executively produced by Shaquille O’Neal, yes, the basketball legend,...Read More

Review: Max Winslow and the House of Secrets – Out on Digital Download from 15th February 2021

When I was introduced to this film, I thought, “oh, just another family movie” but on closer inspection, reading through the synopsis, it seemed like a modern day “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” but better…and the trailer is exciting enough to make anyone want to see more, without giving away spoilers. This film has done...Read More