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Game of Death – Film Review

Game of Death – Film Review

Whilst there have been far fewer offerings from cinemas this year due to the restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic, films from streaming services and on Video-On-Demand (VOD) have provided some quality efforts. Unfortunately, Game of Death isn’t one of them.…
Safe Spaces – Movie Review

Safe Spaces – Movie Review

On October 5th 2017 the New York Times published an article that would change the world as we know it. Written by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the article in question detailed decades of sexual misconduct committed by one of…
Unhinged – Movie Review

Unhinged – Movie Review

2020 has been a unanimously shit year for everyone, but few have had as bad a time as poor Rachel Hunter. A single mother facing financial difficulties whilst in the process of divorce proceedings, Rachel is in a bit of…
Proxima – Film Review

Proxima – Film Review

As lockdown 2.0 plods on and Christmas grows ever nearer, millions of us around the world will begin our, entirely virtual, Christmas shopping because what the hell else do we have to do? If your Christmas is anything like mine,…
100% Wolf – Movie Review

100% Wolf – Movie Review

With new releases being few and far between, thanks to a little insignificant virus by the name of COVID-19, thousands of parents around the world are in desperate need of something to entertain their little ones as we fluctuate in…
Lovers Rock – Film Review

Lovers Rock – Film Review

(Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn attends the “Lovers Rock” premiere) Steve McQueen opened this year’s London Film Festival with his exceptional social justice biopic and contribution to the Black Lives Matter movement, Mangrove, but this isn’t the last we saw of him…
Ammonite – Film Review

Ammonite – Film Review

The biopic is one of cinema’s most beloved types of story to tell. The “based on a true story” title card implies an added layer of authenticity to what takes place on screen which attracts inquisitive audience members, such as…
The Human Voice – Short Film Review

The Human Voice – Short Film Review

(Tilda Swinton in The Human Voice) Pedro Almodóvar is one of Spain’s leading filmmakers, having won an Oscar for best screenplay in 2003 for Talk To Her and his latest semi-autobiographical feature, Pain and Glory, being nominated for best international…
After Love – Film Review

After Love – Film Review

With the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the cinema and blockbuster movies, many cinephiles such as me wonder whether lower budget independent films could potentially swoop in and save the film industry from a total stand still. As this year’s London film…
An Interview with Beabadoobee

An Interview with Beabadoobee

Back in October I was fortunate to receive early review copy of Beabadoobee’s debut album, however as well as reviewing the album, which can be found right here on Nerve Now, I had the pleasure of asking Beabadoobee a couple…