Last Christmas (2019) Review [Dir. Paul Feig]

In the midst of job applications (and rejections), and adjusting to everything that comes with being a responsible, mature adult (or trying to be), it's only right I squeezed in a Christmas film. I'm not one to get excited about Christmas, probably because I spend the time I should be getting excited thinking where has… Continue reading Last Christmas (2019) Review [Dir. Paul Feig]


That Awkward Moment (2014) Review [Dir. Tom Gormican]

As soon as I saw him in that red basketball jersey, my Zac Efron crush was well and truly cemented. Turns out, as the years go by, childhood crushes (at least for me) don't look like they're going away. So I was pretty happy with the fact that, in That Awkward Moment, Zac takes centre… Continue reading That Awkward Moment (2014) Review [Dir. Tom Gormican]


Ingrid Goes West (2017) Review [Dir. Matt Spicer]

When I'm not watching a zombie movie, or a cringey teen rom-com, you might just find me watching a black-comedy drama like Ingrid Goes West. I've already seen this film before but, when I found myself scrolling through Netflix (a cert these days), I thought I'd give this a watch....again. The film focuses on Ingrid… Continue reading Ingrid Goes West (2017) Review [Dir. Matt Spicer]


The Perfect Date (2019) Review [Dir. Chris Nelson]

When I'm not into a zombie movie or a thriller, I'm a fan of crappy romantic comedies. Who isn't? Trick question, everyone is, and those who aren't haven't admitted it to themselves...yet. I've had The Perfect Date on my to-watch list for a while now, considering it a. stars every pre-teen (and above)'s obsession, Noah… Continue reading The Perfect Date (2019) Review [Dir. Chris Nelson]


Fractured (2019) Review [Dir. Brad Anderson]

The other day, scrolling mindlessly through Netflix, I came across Fractured. All I knew was that it starred Sam Worthington (who, I'll admit, I will shamelessly add to the list of actors I fancy!). What followed was an hour and forty minutes of heart pounding, gasp inducing weirdness. The film centres around Ray and his… Continue reading Fractured (2019) Review [Dir. Brad Anderson]


Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) Review [Dir. Ruben Fleischer]

In amongst the post-grad panic of applying for jobs (and getting rejected from most of them almost immediately), I found the time to catch Zombieland: Double Tap, the sequel to the 2009 zombie-comedy Zombieland. It was gore aplenty, something I'm not great with, but it was just as thrilling and funny as its predecessor. The… Continue reading Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) Review [Dir. Ruben Fleischer]


Fleabag (National Theatre Live) Review

I wasn't lucky enough to be one of the people who saw this live but, thanks to National Theatre Live, I managed to see Fleabag in all its non-BBC glory (not "Gifted", I purchased the tickets for my birthday). Directed by Vicky Jones and starring the exceptional Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Fleabag centres on the titular character… Continue reading Fleabag (National Theatre Live) Review


Ready or Not (2019) Review [Dir. Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett]

As the nights get darker, and everything feels just a tad bit spookier, it couldn’t be a better time to watch a scary movie. Though I’m not the biggest fan of gore, despite my time spent watching The Walking Dead, I have to admit I do love a horror film. Ready or Not didn’t disappoint.… Continue reading Ready or Not (2019) Review [Dir. Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett]