Meet Arrow Player, The New Streaming Service For Cult Films

Arrow Video has long provided cinephiles the opportunity to purchase physical copies of many cult films. They’re now moving into the streaming arena with the recently announced Arrow Player. While Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+ perhaps have a more wide ranging appeal, Arrow Player will likely find a place among those who prefer to use […]Read More

5 Of Roger Deakins’ Most Beautiful Films

With the news that legendary British cinematographer Roger Deakins is to receive a Knighthood, it’s an apt time to assess some of the marvelous films he has shot Beloved for his stunning and innovative style, Roger Deakins is perhaps best known for his 12 collaborations with the Coen brothers. His work, however, is prolific, having […]Read More

Multiple ‘The Mandalorian’ Spin-Offs Announced for Disney+

Fresh off the heels of its first live-action series, smash hit The Mandalorian, Disney (as part of its shareholders evening) has announced two Star Wars spin-offs to be helmed by Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, the creative masterminds behind The Mandalorian as well as the animated Star Wars: Rebels and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. […]Read More

Assassin’s Creed III – Unity. Going industrial

The Assassin’s Creed series moved away from the European and the Middle Eastern setting which had served as the backbone of the original game to Revelations for the second main segment of the franchise beginning with Assassin’s Creed III. This game moved the series to North America, which would also make up the backbone of later […]Read More

TV Review: ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 (So Far)

The Mandalorian has become something of a sensation since it launched in the US in late 2019 and the UK in March of this year, so much so that the internet has seen enough Baby Yoda soup memes to last a lifetime. The reaction to this latest dive into the Star Wars universe created by […]Read More

‘News of the World’ – Trailer Released for Tom Hanks

The latest trailer has been released for one of the most anticipated films for the remainder of 2020: News Of The World, starring Tom Hanks and re-teaming him with acclaimed director Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Supremacy & Ultimatum). The pair previously worked together on 2013’s critical and commercial smash Captain Phillips, which many have lauded […]Read More

Agatha Christie on the Silver Screen

With the first of Agatha Christie’s novels “The Mysterious Affair At Styles” celebrating its centenary this month, it seems an apt time to revisit the adaptations of her iconic work on the small screen. Christie’s most famous works include the instantly recognisable characters of Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot, but it is important not to […]Read More

Oscar Isaac To Star in ‘Francis and The Godfather’

Nearly 50 years on from its original release to a swathe of critical acclaim and two successful sequels, it has been announced that the making of the The Godfather is to be adapted into a film of its own. Francis and The Godfather will be led by Oscar Isaac (Star Wars, Ex Machina) in the […]Read More

‘Memento’ at 20 – Nolan’s masterpiece?

Memento, Christopher Nolan’s breakout film, turns 20 this year. With the release of his latest Tenet in August, it seems an apt time to give his earliest mind-bending masterpiece a re-evaluation. This article will explore how the Oscar-nominated film laid the foundations for Nolan’s career and set him aside as one of the most influential […]Read More

Travelling To: Exeter, Devon

While lockdown has caused many overseas trips to be postponed and cancelled, we have seen a rise in staycations. One of the jewels of the UK is without doubt the South West region with some exquisite coastlines and moors and an array of options to eat out at; potentially to break up a country ramble. Exeter […]Read More

Emmy Nominations 2020 – Netflix receives more nominations than any

The nominations for September’s Emmy Awards have been announced, with a host of surprise inclusions and omissions offering multiple talking points. Netflix has shown that is truly the king of television, breaking the record previously held by HBO for the most nominations ever for a network, studio, or streaming platform with a total of 160 […]Read More

‘What We Do In The Shadows’ – An Intro To

What We Do In The Shadows, based on a film of the same name in 2014, is a mockumentary series focusing on what vampires get up to in their spare time from the creative minds of Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement, of ‘Flight of the Conchords’ fame. Focusing on a group of vampires in Wellington, […]Read More