The Kissing Booth 2 Review – It’s All Too Much

Prior to watching The Kissing Booth 2, I wasn’t sure whether it was possible to feel nostalgia for something that you hated and still do hate. But I was proven wrong – in retrospect, the original Kissing Booth actually means a surprising amount to my career as a film critic. It was the first film I reviewed for a site other than my own, the first … Continue reading The Kissing Booth 2 Review – It’s All Too Much

The Digital Fix Article: Decentralising Humanity In Science Fiction Cinema Part Two – Twelve Monkeys

Here’s a link to part two of the essay I wrote for The Digital Fix on how science fiction cinema decentralizes humanity, this time focusing on the Terry Gilliam 90s movie Twelve Monkeys – take a look! Continue reading The Digital Fix Article: Decentralising Humanity In Science Fiction Cinema Part Two – Twelve Monkeys

Da 5 Bloods Review – A Timely Reflection On Vietnam That Isn’t Afraid To Get Messy

It’s felt as though we’ve been on the precipice of something huge for a long time, and it looks like the magnifying lens of lockdown was what it took to bring deserved worldwide attention to the #blacklivesmatter movement. Personally, I’ve been somewhat aware of this campaign since the murder of Mike Brown in 2015, and I recall that its online presence barely left the bubble … Continue reading Da 5 Bloods Review – A Timely Reflection On Vietnam That Isn’t Afraid To Get Messy