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A Review of The 92nd Oscars

A Review of The 92nd Oscars

Another Oscars season has passed. However, the despair felt from last year’s Best Picture win has been all but forgotten by the joyous euphoria felt by this year’s results. Despite the majority of award nominee’s and winners being straight white…
The 73rd BAFTA’s: Winners, Losers and the Surprises

The 73rd BAFTA’s: Winners, Losers and the Surprises

The BAFTA’s slightly controversial setting Two days after leaving the European Union, the not so United Kingdom holds its most prestigious film awards ceremony hosted by the amazing Graham Norton. This year marked the 73rdannual BAFTA’s ceremony and saw stars…
The Oscars 2020- NERVE predicts the winners

The Oscars 2020- NERVE predicts the winners

Another year has passed and so yet another academy awards ceremony is upon us. The 92rdAnnual Oscars takes place this Sunday (10thFebruary), however this year seems to lack the excitement and competitive energy of previous years. After the controversy surrounding…
Doctor Sleep: A review

Doctor Sleep: A review

From Mike Flanagan, director of Hush, The Haunting of Hill House and Gerald’s Game, comes another Stephen King adaptation in the form of Doctor Sleep. The film is a sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, a benchmark in both horror…
Sorry To Bother You Review

Sorry To Bother You Review

Hey there readers, Dan The Movie Man here, Sorry To Bother You, but have you considered seeing Boots Riley’s directorial debut Sorry To Bother You?… Sort of? Well, hopefully I can be of some assistance. Sorry To Bother You tells…
The Old Man & the Gun Review

The Old Man & the Gun Review

Robert Redford has had a glorious career. He’s the man who founded the Sundance Film Festival, earned an academy award in directing for 1981’s Ordinary People and starred in legendary films such as The Sting, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance…
The Big Review: Film 2018

The Big Review: Film 2018

2018 has had its fair share of cinematic highs (Blackkklansman, Lady Bird and Mandy), lows (The Happytime Murders, Mary Magdeline and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again), and enigmas (Bohemian Rhapsody). With so many outstanding features to pick from, here…
Halloween (1978)

Halloween (1978)

With the release of David Gordon Green’s Halloween, a franchise refresh set 40 years after the events of John Carpenter’s original slasher hit, there is perhaps no better time to visit and/or revisit Carpenter’s Halloween then right now on its…
Review: First Man

Review: First Man

Everyone loves a true story told on the big screen. The reality of the story and its characters easily resonates with and captures the eye of moviegoers. Now off the back of a best director Oscar for La La Land,…