Just Another Standard Horror Flick: The Invisible Man Review

Conor Reid, Contributor. The Invisible Man (2020) accomplishes some effective scariness in its early stages, but its strengths don’t save it from feeling like just another standard horror flick. The film follows Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss), the abused ex-girlfriend of the emotionally manipulative tech genius, Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), who stalks Cecilia throughout as theContinue reading “Just Another Standard Horror Flick: The Invisible Man Review”

Incredible Aesthetics and Gorgeous Costumes: Emma. Review

Maria McQuillan, Contributor. Emma. Is a worthy addition to the current roster of Austen adaptions. I’ll admit, that when I went in to see the film, I was sceptical as to how much I would enjoy it, considering how much I love the 2009 BBC adaptation of Emma, but I was more than pleasantly surprised.Continue reading “Incredible Aesthetics and Gorgeous Costumes: Emma. Review”

A fascinating and melancholic look at life: The Irishman Review

Alex Donaldson, Contributor. A fascinating and melancholic look at life by one of the master filmmakers of his generation. When I first discovered that Martin Scorsese’s new film The Irishman was going to clock in at a mammoth runtime of 209 minutes, I was momentarily shocked. I then came to the conclusion that if theContinue reading “A fascinating and melancholic look at life: The Irishman Review”

A wonderfully poignant and loveable film: The Peanut Butter Falcon Review

Alex Donaldson, Contributor.  Part of the beauty of film is each and every one has the ability to convey different emotions within us. Sometimes films can be crowd pleasing and used simply as a method of escaping from the busyness of life, and sometimes they can take difficult themes and create a story that remainsContinue reading “A wonderfully poignant and loveable film: The Peanut Butter Falcon Review”