Tags : thriller

Elisabeth Moss set to star in thriller ‘Mrs. March’

Not even a global pandemic can stop the cinematic powerhouse that is Blumhouse. After working with Elisabeth Moss on The Invisible Man, this time they’re even teaming up with her production company (Love and Squalor Pictures) to adapt Virginia Feito’s still unreleased novel for the big screen. Moss is set to take on the role […]Read More

Theatre Review: Random Acts of Malice // Theatre Group

Random Acts of Malice, written by Alan Fraser, and directed by his son, Lewis, was a warm and welcome break from Storm Ciara yesterday evening. As well as the weather performing as pathetic fallacy to the psychological thriller I was sitting down to watch, (and matching the storm taking place in Fraser’s script) the play […]Read More

Film News: “Parasite” Trailer Released

The phrase “fake it ‘til you make it” has never rung truer than for Bong Joon-ho’s macabre comedy thriller Parasite. After a tremendous run on the festival circuit, including becoming the first Korean film to win the illustrious Palme d’Or at Cannes, a wider cinema release has now been confirmed, along with an eerie new […]Read More

TV Review: Killing Eve

Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Killing Eve is one of the most bingeable and satisfying shows seen in recent years. While the cat-and-mouse premise may not sound original, the blend of action and dark comedy as well as the complex relationship between the two female leads makes for a refreshing change.Read More

Book Review: Acid Attack // Russell Findlay

Just before Christmas in 2015, a shocking attack took place in a suburban street somewhere in Glasgow. The journalist Russell Findlay was attacked by a hitman posing as a Royal Mail delivery man. The hitman, William ‘Basil’ Burns threw acid in the investigative reporter’s face and intended to stab him to death with a knife, […]Read More

TV Review: Mr. Robot – Season 3

If there was going to be a season that proves TV is overtaking Film on not just a technical level but on a cultivative, narrative level, Season 3 of Mr Robot should be at the very top of that list. I would almost say that it’s not just Season 3 but the entirety of the show […]Read More

Film Review: Split

  Split is the latest brainchild of celebrated director M. Night Shyamalan; the filmmaker well-known in the industry for producing mainstream films with unusual supernatural storylines, concluded by shocking twists. Other similar movies produced by the acclaimed director include The Sixth Sense, The Visit, and Unbreakable. A Sharp and Psychological Thriller. From the get go Split […]Read More

Book Review: Blue Monday // Nicci French

I have long felt an outcast in the world of literature. While I have always frequented the likes of Jane Austen and Daphne du Maurier – and revelled in the depths of knowledge that I have discovered within the pages of their books – my true indulgence comes in the form of less prestigious and […]Read More

TV News: HBO’s Westworld trailer released

HBO have released a teaser trailer for their upcoming Science Fiction/thriller TV series Westworld, based on the 1973 film of the same name. The trailer splices a visceral Western backdrop and gun slinging action with mysterious science fiction and androids. It will be produced by J.J. Abrams and Jonathon Nolan (Christopher’s brother) and the series […]Read More

TV Review: The Man in the High Castle // Episodes

Having watched all of The Man in the High Castle I can review the remainder. One thing Amazon’s most successful original series does very well is keep the audience guessing as to what the characters true intentions are and whether there is really something more at stake. At the end there are still major questions […]Read More

TV Review: The Man in the High Castle // Episodes

The Man in The High Castle is Amazon studios latest title airing exclusively on their video streaming service Amazon Prime. Set in an alternate 1960’s America it presents a world where the Axis forces won World War Two and follows the main protagonists Juliana, Frank and Joe’s involvement in a mysterious plot to change everything. […]Read More

Mourning the Loss of Hannibal

If you’re an avid TV watcher, you’ve been through the most painful experience for any fan: the premature cancellation of something you love. With NBC’s Hannibal being the most recent example of this type of tragedy and coming to an end this last week, I think it’s important to take a look back at some […]Read More

TV Review: Contorno // Hannibal S3E05

With Contorno we see the pace of the show picking up once again, and it becomes startlingly clear just how close Hannibal Lecter is to meeting his demise. Once accredited as a mastermind of the darkness and someone who had the capability to deceive those around him not just with skill but with artful precision, […]Read More

TV Review: Secondo // Hannibal S3E03

For a while now we have been teased and tormented about Hannibal’s past; conversations with Will about Mischa were the building blocks for the journey into his younger self, and it seems only right that we begin to delve into this past as the doctor grows closer to being caught. Fans of Thomas Harris and […]Read More