This was not a film I had been planning to review, but instead was one that had been thrust upon me by the greasy hands of fate. I woke up wondering what my second post would be about this week, knowing that other pieces I had written wouldn’t be up for at least a few more days. Eyes half-open, I reached for my phone, opened … Continue reading Secret Obsession Review – A Shallow, Trashy Amnesia Thriller (Rating: 3/10)
As far as Netflix comedy specials go, three figures dominate in my eyes: John Mulaney, with endearingly awkward takes on his own lameness; Hannah Gadsby, one of the most daring performers working today; and Ali Wong, the raunchy focus of today’s review. These three could hardly be more different as performers, but the successes brought on by their stand-up specials for the streaming site have … Continue reading Always Be My Maybe Review – Hilarious, Down To Earth, And Everything Else That Makes A Rom-Com Shine (Rating: 8/10)
Here’s a link to my very first article for the wonderful site Flip Screen, on how The Simpsons new exclusivity on Disney+ is emblematic of the issues the show has faced for decades. Continue reading Flip Screen Article: Disney+ And The Commercialisation Of The Simpsons
Here’s a link to my review of Brie Larson’s directorial debut Unicorn Store, written for City Countdown! Continue reading City Countdown Article: Unicorn Store Review
My latest review has been published in the most recent edition of SCAN, so if you’re at Lancaster University please check out my thoughts on The Holiday Calendar! As always, I’ll post a link here when one becomes available. Continue reading SCAN Article: The Holiday Calendar Review (Rating: 4/10)
Here is an article I wrote for Affinity Magazines about whether DVDs are a dead technology, check it out! Continue reading Affinity Article: Are DVDs Dead?