Film Reviews

Bird Box (2018)

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich Director: Susanne Bier In a dystopian future, Malorie (Bullock) is single and heavily pregnant when a strange phenonmenon breaks out. People start to turn violent and either kill themselves or kill others. Five years later, Malorie has survived on the understanding that the thing can infect you only… Continue reading Bird Box (2018)

Film Reviews

The Christmas Chronicles (2018)

Starring: Kurt Russell, Darby Camp, Judah Lewis, Goldie Hawn,  Director: Clay Kaytis Since their father died, Christmas hasn't been the same for the Pierce family. But when Teddy and Kate are left alone on Christmas Eve, their plan to try to capture Santa Claus on camera leads them on a wild adventure to help Santa… Continue reading The Christmas Chronicles (2018)

Film Reviews

1922 (2017)

Starring: Thomas Jane, Molly Parker, Dylan Schmid, Neal McDonough Director: Zak Hilditch Based on a novella by Stephen King, 1922 is the story of a farmer whose wife has brought a large parcel of land into the marriage, but which she wishes to sell. Since he can't stop her, he plots to kill her instead,… Continue reading 1922 (2017)

Film Reviews

What Happened To Monday? (2017)

Starring: Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe Director: Tommy Wirkola In a dystopian future, families are restricted to having only one child, all others are put into cryosleep by the government. But the Settman siblings are born, seven sisters, their father chooses to teach them to live secretly sharing one life. Each gets one day… Continue reading What Happened To Monday? (2017)

Film Reviews

Death Note (2017)

Starring: Nat Wolff, Lakeith Stanfield, Margaret Qualley, Willem Dafoe Director: Adam Wingard Light Turner (Wolff) is a regular high school kid, til one day a book lands out of the sky and falls in his lap. It's the Death Note book, and if you write a name on it's pages that person will die. You… Continue reading Death Note (2017)


Netflix Creates Controversy: The changing face of film distribution and why it’s exciting times for film makers.

Watching Longmire on Netflix this week, I noticed a big push for a film called Beasts of No Nation. It made me curious, why were they pushing this film? It seems pretty dark, following the story of a child soldier in an unnamed African country, and sporting the name of Cary Joji Fukanaga, who was involved… Continue reading Netflix Creates Controversy: The changing face of film distribution and why it’s exciting times for film makers.

Film Reviews

Neverlake (2013)

On a visit to her father in Italy, kindhearted teen Jenny is drawn to a mysterious lake which reputably has healing properties. When she befriends a group of strange sick children in the local creepy hospital, she starts to learn more about the local legends and secrets start to unravel.  Genre: Horror Starring: Daisy Keeping,… Continue reading Neverlake (2013)