How to convey, in 300 words or more, what Interstella is about I came to the conclusion that it was probably best not to write about it – or just to tell you to just go watch it (definitely do the latter). Well now that I’ve had a bit to mull it over, I think I’m more than capable of giving it the few lines of assessment it deserves.

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Director: Christopher Nolan Writer(s): Christopher Nolan and John Nolan Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Bill Irwin, Ellen Burstyn, Michael Caine,  Mackenzie Foy and more…

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I can’t not share these stunning stills, featurette and behind-the-scenes images from one of this year’s most anticipated films. Christopher Nolan is a true visionary – can you imagine from small budget indie Memento to this blockbuster?! It’s also a fact (my fact) that all Nolan’s movies are beautifully constructed and wholeheartedly made for a cinematic experience.Some of the best films I’ve seen on the big screen on visual marvel alone, have been Nolan movies (The Dark Knight, Inception, The Prestige). On psychological thrills and existentialism – I’m a certified fan. Enjoy.

Interstellar: worldwide release 7th November. 

Interstellar Wormhole Poster   

Watch the featurette below and catch the genius of, Nolan, screenwriter Jonathan Nolan, American theoretical physicist Kip Thorne (brought on as consultant and executive producer) and the rest of the team as they tease how bringing a solid visual to what I have no doubt is an exceptional movie.


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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

Director: Miguel Arteta Writer(s): Rob Lieber, Judith Viorst Cast: Jennifer Garner, Steve Carell, Ed Oxenbold, Kerris Dorsey, Dylan Minnette, Bella Thorne, Jennifer Coolidge, Burn Gorman, Megan Mullally and Dick Van Dyke.

It’s not the easiest of titles but it certainly does what it says on the tin, and as far as family movies go, this is definitely a good one. In fact it’s probably the best family film that isn’t an animation, to grace the screens in the last decade or so… Continue reading


What we do in the Shadows

DIRECTOR: Jermaine Clement, Taika Waititi  WRITER(s): Jermaine Clement, Taika Waititi CAST: Jonathan Brugh, Jermaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Stuart Rutherford, Ben Fransham, Jackie van Beek

Vampires and Werewolves, Zombies and Witches – haven’t we all just had enough? The amount of content churned out featuring one if not all of these beings is never-ending; Arguably Shaun of the Dead is responsible for triggering a more mainstream and light-hearted tone to the flurry of living dead features that have since plagued our screens at home and in the cinema; with the current trend of comedy dramas like Zombieland, Warm Bodies and more recently Life after Beth still trailing after it, there’s no signs of it ceasing.

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CUB is a horror adventure in which a young imaginative twelve-year-old boy named Sam heads off to camp with his Cub Scouts pack, leaders Peter and Chris and quartermaster Yasmin. As Sam gets more and more isolated from the other scouts, he becomes convinced a terrible fate awaits them…

Director: Jonas Govarts Writer(S) Jonas Govarts, Roel Mondelaers DOP: Nicolas Karakatsanis Cast: Maurice Luijten, Stef Aerts, Titus De Voogdt, Gill Eeckelaert.

Jonas Govaerts debut feature is a combination of horror, black comedy and cheap thrills, and it’s really good. 

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