Wednesday, 30 November 2016

NOVEMBER ROUNDUP- 26 Sleeps till Christmas

Sorry this is late guys! Uni has been stressful as crap and I haven't had much time to think let alone create my standard fare of subpar content and snark for you lovely people! But don't worry because its finally here this months roundup of cool stuff you may have missed.



Friday, 25 November 2016

52filmsbywomen-Week 47

This week guys to finish off my directed by women week (well this challenge has been going all year but you get it fits pretty well right) I thought I'd watch a movie by a director I have heard so much about but never caught one of her films. It's ....


Thursday, 24 November 2016

Interviewing with micro budget film maker Linda McGuire!

Hi everyone. This is a very special post one that has been a long time coming and something I have been very excited to share with you since I started on it. Today I present to you my interview with microbudget film maker who made a short film called "Mana Moana". I haven't done an interview on this blog since last year so I hope you guys enjoy this!  I hope you enjoy it!

Monday, 21 November 2016

4 AWESOME SHORT FILMS by FEMALE DIRECTORS!!


Need to fill up some gaps quickly in your challenge let me help with a list of short films. All under a twenty minutes. These films give you no excuses to not meet the 52filmsbywomen challenge!!!! Also always support lady short film directors because just like the mighty Andrea Arnold they could turn into the best film makers of their generation!!

Sunday, 20 November 2016

The Accountant- These numbers contain one hell of a heart

I have a lot of feelings about The Accountant. I have never seen a fiction film that has an autistic protagonist that isn't basically a glorified lifetime movie about overcoming obstacles. Sheldon Cooper's overarching bullcrap has tainted portrayals of autism for years and it upsets me greatly. The Accountant bucks the magical Sheldon Cooper/Sherlock trope and gives us a nice juicy antihero and I am so damn into it.

Friday, 18 November 2016

52 Films by Women- Week 46

So this week I'm going a bit different as I realised something. The oldest film I have watched for this challenge was from 1982 (Fast Times at Ridgemont High all the way back in week 9) which is a shame as female director have been making film way before that. In fact they go back way to the beginning of cinema and much like today actresses directed too take for example Mabel Normand, a popular silent film star and a director in her own right. So I wanted to go back in time today and do something a lot older than my typical set so I'm going 51 years before Fast Times at Ridgemont High to bring you...

Friday, 11 November 2016

TRAILERS FOR YOUR WEEKEND


Hi Guys I don't often cover trailers anymore but this week has been a bummer so i have decided to cover three super good looking trailers that came out this week. Take a look inside for info and views on Valerian, Collateral Beauty and Slenderman. (ALSO LLOKING GOOD HAS IT'S LOGO NOW)

Thursday, 10 November 2016

52 Films by Women- Week 45

Well this has been a crappy week right. I don't wanna talk about whats happened in this post because lets face it we all know. Originally I was gonna watch a US political documentary but plans changed after the election results so instead I watched something light hearted and fun.
so i watched...

Friday, 4 November 2016

52 Films by Women- Week 44

So this weeks was a challenge! I couldn't get into about two films which and I swear it seemed like nothing seemed interesting until i stumbled across this little legal drama that such a  great surprise.

Thursday, 3 November 2016

Doctor Strange- Marvel's most visually stunning film yet!

Marvel has taken a step away from the gritty fighting heroes and brought in a boatload of magicand Mads Mikkelson in severe eyeliner. This  has made probably Doctor Strange the most fun Marvel movie since Guardians of the Galaxy.  It's also incredibly pretty.