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Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

By Ian Crow

If you had told me a few years back that I would have seen a standalone movie of Han Solo on the big screen; I would have probably said how excited I was. 639 more words


FILM - Edie Director Simon Hunter "Make as many films as you can"

Following our 5 star review of the wonderful film EDIE, we caught up with the talented director Simon Hunter to find out more about the film. 869 more words


A Visual History of Light - The Atlantic

400,000 years ago, humans and Neanderthals discovered fire. This ignited a relationship between people and photons that changed the course of mankind—and continues to evolve to this day. 24 more words


El Dorado

(Check out my previous Western film review here: Red River)

Despite not directing a Western for the first twenty years of his filmmaking career, Howard Hawks began his foray into the genre with a groundbreaking work in 1948’s  1,298 more words


Kissing Booth - Review

My friend lets me use her Netflix (thank you my soul sister) and recently The Kissing Booth popped up. I didn’t want to watch it as I’m picky with movies and I hate it when I watch one and it’s awful. 371 more words


An Interview With "Redwood Massacre" Director David Ryan Keith

Recently I reviewed a low budget movie entitled Redwood Massacre. Spoiler alert – although I didn’t expect much I loved it! Following my viewing I was lucky enough to locate (stalker alert!) and chat with the mind behind its story and creation, David Ryan Keith. 1,681 more words

Drunk In A Graveyard

Edie: Breath-taking movie about life giving you a second chance

They always say that you have to seize every day before it’s too late. We might not believe that when we’re young but we should because later you might regret things you didn’t do. 639 more words