Happy new year everyone! Here’s a link to my final best of the decade article – over 50 amazing writers contributed to this, and I’m honoured to have my choice picked as the number 1 movie of the 2010s! Please take a look! Continue reading On The Clock Article: Best Film Of The Decade
This is one of the most personal articles I’ve ever written, as it’s about my experiences with M.E. growing up (sorry, no films mentioned!), and I’ve poured a lot of my soul into it. Here’s the link to the piece over at Into The Fold – I would be honoured if you read it. (Featured artwork for the article by the amazingly talented Nina Goodyer!) Continue reading Into The Fold Article: M.E. And I
Here’s a link to an essay analysing Miyazaki’s Spirited Away for Screen Queens – I’m really proud of this piece, so please take a look! Continue reading Screen Queens Article: Spirited Away And The Intersection Of Feminism And Marxism
I’m happy to announce that I’ve officially been made a member of GALECA, The Society Of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics! While I only align myself as an LGBTQ ally, I am delighted to be a part of this wonderful community, and I’m going to continue to do what I can to lift LGBTQ voices through my reviews and articles. Continue reading I’m A Member Of GALECA!
Here’s a link to a speculative article on the upcoming Star Wars film, The Rise Of Skywalker. Continue reading Flip Screen Article: Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Preview
Though I never had any doubt that I’d end up checking it out, I did have some doubts about the hype around the ‘choose your own adventure’ structure of Bandersnatch. Not because it sounded like a gimmick, but because I had already played series like The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us by Telltale Games, who used a similar idea to great effect several years ago. The … Continue reading Bandersnatch Review – An Ambitious And Engaging Thriller (Rating: 8/10)
Here’s a link to a review I’ve written for Film Inquiry of the Netflix original film Ali’s Wedding. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading Film Inquiry Article: Ali’s Wedding Review: Sweet Natured and Sincere Comedy