Post Mortem – Review

https://youtu.be/s8AMy2Oh-7I Written by Piros Zánkay Story by Gábor Hellebrandt and Péter Bergendy Directed by Péter Bergendy 2020/115mins/Hungary ★★★ The dead outnumber the living. Surviving the Great War, Tomás finds himself amidst the deceased in an open grave following an explosion which should have claimed him. Mistaken for dead, it is only after the observations of … Continue reading Post Mortem – Review

Mia and Me: The Hero of Centopia

https://youtu.be/2-reTVlqsJo Directed by Adam Gunn Written by Tess Meyer, Gerhard Hahn & Fin Edquist ★★★ Mia lives a divided life: twelve years old and coming to the unpleasant terms surrounding the death of her parents. She lives with her grandfather, both of whom struggle immensely with the loss, and despite their valiant efforts to be … Continue reading Mia and Me: The Hero of Centopia

Pennywise: The Story of It

https://youtu.be/AAMRdPu3KnM Written by John Campopiano and Chris Griffiths Directed by John Campopiano and Gary Smart ★★★ Look. We get it. We really do. There’s just something not right about Clowns. It’s an established fear. There’s an unsettling presence to something with a permanent smile fixed on its face – and Stephen King, horror novelist extraordinaire, capitalised on … Continue reading Pennywise: The Story of It

Ride The Wave – Review

https://youtu.be/wc_WWv4eBYE Written & Directed by Martyn Robertson UK/2021/78mins ★★★★ When we first encounter Ben Larg, he is twelve, and embarking on a journey to Japan to take part in the under eighteen's world surfing championships. The Scottish champion has been entering competitions since he was eleven, and quite openly and humbly – accepts that he … Continue reading Ride The Wave – Review

Lion Spy – Review

https://youtu.be/faH-Pp1Sll0 Written & Directed by Rogue Rubin Australia/2022/76mins ★★★★ There’s something remarkable about the King of the Jungle. For one, you’d never find them in a Jungle. But the Lion, the cultural hegemonic symbol of the animal kingdom depicted in sculpture, art and literature as a persistent and encompassing symbol for centuries finds their existence … Continue reading Lion Spy – Review