Spring Tide – Glasgow Film Festival Review

“You two are incompatible”, says nine year-old Wanting (Junxi Qu), about her mother Jianbo (Hao…

It’s A Sin Review

Russell T Davies’ Channel 4 masterpiece, It’s a Sin, is rapidly sweeping the nation, giving…

MLK/FBI DVD Review

For almost as long as Martin Luther King Jr. was in the public eye, FBI…

Glasgow Film Festival 2021 preview: 5 films to watch at this year’s virtual event

Virtual film festival time again – it’s Glasgow’s turn to light up our computer screens.…

Why you should stop what you’re doing and start watching Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

The CW’s Musical Comedy, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, was recommended to me by my Creative Writing Tutor…

Slalom Review

When 15-year-old Lyz (Noée Abita) signs up for a professional ski training camp ran by…

Assassins Review

On the 13th of February 2017, in the middle of Malaysia’s busiest airport, the half-brother of…

Win a Saint Maud prize bundle

To celebrate the home entertainment release of Rose Glass’ directorial debut Saint Maud, which is out on DVD,…

Are We Lost Forever Review

Are We Lost Forever is an intriguing, loungy film about a breakup and the time…

The Stand review: Is this latest Stephen King adaptation worth watching?

The Stand may be based on a novel that’s over forty years old, but thanks…

Sing Me A Song Review

When we first meet Peyangki, he is eight years old and in training to become…

Come Away Review

Come Away explores why Peter Pan and Alice decide to visit Neverland and Wonderland, and…