All posts by Daniel Harden


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,…
Review: A Star Is Born

Review: A Star Is Born

Nerve Now’s writer Daniel Harden gives an in-depth review on the new remake of Bradley Cooper’s incredible A Star Is Born. The love between a master and his/her muse is a story as old as time, however, no such story…
Review: A Simple Favor

Review: A Simple Favor

Nerve’s Daniel Harden takes a look at Feig’s new thriller, A Simple Favor. From Paul Feig, director of such comedies as; Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy and Ghostbusters, comes a slightly different, slightly darker female-led comedy in A Simple Favor. Feig…
Film Review: Killing Gunther

Film Review: Killing Gunther

From director, writer, star and SNL alumni, Taran Killam, comes a wacky mockumentary about a bunch of hitmen and women, attempting to kill a hitman code named Gunther, aka the greatest hitman alive. Anyone who has seen the U.S Office…
Nerve Spook-tacular: Fright Night Movies

Nerve Spook-tacular: Fright Night Movies

So we’ve made it to October and we all know what that means… Halloween candy goes on sale, Thorpe Park opens fright nights and some annoying companies start their Christmas marketing campaigns … WHY?! But if you’re like me, then…
Film Review: Mother!

Film Review: Mother!

Darren Aronofsky is perhaps cinema’s most disturbed auteur. The American filmmaker consistently shocks us with thought-provoking and deeply distressing experimental films since his debut in 1998. Now on his seventh film, Aronofsky proves to horrify his audience with his most…