The Autopsy Of Jane Doe – Review

Part CSI mystery, part supernatural anomaly, this film is a riot from start to finish. It’s a creation from the mind of Andre Ovredal, the director who brought us Trollhunter back in 2010, and something about it feels different than other horror films out there at the moment, breaking the horror mould a little. Shot almost entirely in one location, it’s the story of a … Continue reading The Autopsy Of Jane Doe – Review

Transformers: The Last Knight – Review

I know, I know. Michael Bay has taken your childhood and destroyed it or whatever… But actually, if you’re reading this review, you probably have an open mind. You may even like cool things like car chases, explosions, and giant machines fighting each other. If that’s you, hello and welcome to my review of the fifth Transformers film – The Last Knight! I remember watching … Continue reading Transformers: The Last Knight – Review

Waking David – East End Film Festival Review

A drama in the classic British social realism genre, Waking David is the story of ordinary people in unusual circumstances. A young American is in London for a conference, and goes to meet the family of her estranged and deceased father, who she hardly knew. His family, however, consist of his wife, her new fiancée and her daughter, all of whom have secrets to hide … Continue reading Waking David – East End Film Festival Review

Sci-Fi London Film Festival: Unspeakable Horrors – The Plan 9 Conspiracy – Review

One of my friends is an actor, and as someone who has to face rejection in auditions on a daily basis, he has moments when he has to deal with thoughts about not being good enough and what success really means, and self esteem crushing things of that nature. His big trick for getting through those dark feelings of not being good enough, he always … Continue reading Sci-Fi London Film Festival: Unspeakable Horrors – The Plan 9 Conspiracy – Review

Sci-Fi London Film Festival: Domain – Review

In a dystopian future, humanity is living underground in individual, one room bunkers, to outlive the disease that’s razing humanity on the surface. In small groups of seven, the survivors communicate through an interface where they can group chat and build relationships. But there are pressures living underground, and when one of their number becomes unbearable, they breach the system and exclude him from their … Continue reading Sci-Fi London Film Festival: Domain – Review