Tenet Review: Nolan’s Newest Blockbuster is thrilling but Lacking

Christopher Nolan’s love affair with the concept of time has always managed to seep its way into his work – from the backwards “Memento” through to the non-linear structure of “Dunkirk”. It has never been more evident, however, than in his latest effort – the spy thriller/sci-fi action blockbuster “Tenet”. Starring the likes of John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, and Nolan regular Michael … Continue reading Tenet Review: Nolan’s Newest Blockbuster is thrilling but Lacking

The Unmarketables: A Horror Renaissance

    Staff Writer Kane Geary O’Keeffe writes about a new wave of horror films that feature terrors that range far beyond the classic jumpscare, and discusses Hollywood’s inability to adequately market this subgenre.    Like it or not, horror has moved beyond the jump scare, and I believe we are in the midst of a much needed horror renaissance. Horror has always reflected the … Continue reading The Unmarketables: A Horror Renaissance

Little Women Review

  Kane Geary O’Keeffe tells us what he thought of the new Greta Gerwig film. What a smile I wore upon my face when leaving the cinema after a screening of the latest cinematic adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic 1868 novel Little Women. My own particular grin standing as a true marker of the wonderfully infectious positive spirit the film radiates. This particular translation … Continue reading Little Women Review

It Movie Announcement

Pennywise the clown returns to the silver screen By Luke Holmes There’s no question that horror buffs will be heading to the cinemas come September 8th to see the remake of Stephen King’s terrifying novel It.  First adapted for the small screen in a 1990 mini-series, It had a huge effect on children and adults alike thanks to the horrifying nature of Pennywise the clown. … Continue reading It Movie Announcement