My Friend Dahmer (2017)

Jeffrey Dahmer was an American serial killer who committed 17 murders from 1978 to 1991. Yes, this review has started a little darker than any of my others but I feel you should really know who this man is and what he was capable of before you watch. My Friend Dahmer (2017) tells the hauntingly... Continue Reading →

A Quiet Place (2018)

An intriguing narrative that cleverly understands how the horror genre works, we are forced to watch this film through the characters perspective and truly imagine what it would be like to not make any noise. Whilst watching my body was rigid and tense and I did not utter a sound, I felt so invested in... Continue Reading →

Wait Until Dark (1967)

Wait Until Dark (1967) has shall we say, opened my eyes to a whole new world of cinema. Audrey Hepburn plays the role of an innocent blind lady, Susy, who gets herself involved with some ruthless criminals after her husband innocently acquires a doll they have secretly stuffed with drugs. When her husband leaves for... Continue Reading →

Mother! (2017)

Mother! (2017) was utterly disappointing from start to finish, I have never sat through a film and wished for it to end more than this. I felt no emotions or feelings towards any character within this film, it felt so bland and almost badly comical that I could not take the film seriously. Although Jennifer... Continue Reading →

Would You Rather (2012)

Would You Rather (2012) has so much potential, the plot idea is actually so creative and original that I was excited to watch. Unfortunately the acting and editing did not really give me what I wanted but I was intrigued by the narrative. Iris (Brittany Snow) and seven desperate people find themselves in the middle... Continue Reading →

Dunkirk (2017)

Dunkirk (2017) was breathtaking. Every shot, every word and every action helped capture the heroic yet catastrophic events that happened on that beach in 1940. The narrative was split into beach, air and sea. These three sections of the film jumped from the soldiers stranded on the beach, to the air force in the sky,... Continue Reading →

Cape Fear

Martin Scorsese‚Äôs Cape Fear (1991) is one of the most suspenseful films I've ever had the pleasure of watching. The original black and white 1962 thriller was very well received but personally this adaptation stomps it. I was on edge the whole time, an emotional roller coaster making you love and hate each character within... Continue Reading →

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