FIRST MAN

As a big fan of Oscar winning director Damien Chazelle’s two previous films, I have been excited for his third for a while – while also slightly confused by how much of an unexpected choice it is. That film is First Man, a biopic that covers the life of  history making astronaut Neil Armstrong, from 1961 […]

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BLADE RUNNER: 2018 FILM CHALLENGE

Welcome back to another week of my 2018 film challenge, and week forty one’s theme is… A science fiction film So here’s one that I have been meaning to tick off my list for years – I watched Blade Runner. Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Harrison Ford; the 1982 classic sparked more attention when […]

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THE SCARIEST NON-HORROR FILMS

If you hadn’t noticed, it’s October; aka, Halloween (because we all know it lasts the whole month). Honestly I can’t believe it’s taken me eleven whole days before posting something, but I’m finally here to rectify that with a little compilation list of some of the spookiest films out there – that aren’t actually meant […]

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WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

Today is World Mental Health Day. And if you can take the time out of your life to read this blog post, I think it will be really beneficial to both you and me, me from writing it for you in the first place. I wrote a blog post last year which was a bit […]

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13 THOUGHTS ABOUT NEW DOCTOR WHO

Tonight was a moment in history – a major one!! The first episode of the new series of Doctor Who finally aired on BBC introducing none other than Jodie Whittaker as the new, first female and thirteenth rendition of the iconic Doctor. I rushed home to watch it, determined to give this show all the support […]

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A STAR IS BORN

Tonight, I saw the long awaited A Star is Born and the second the film finished, I burst into tears. Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut is the fifth telling of the classic story which first hit the big screen in 1937 starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March. Judy Garland starred in the 1954 adaptation but it […]

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SEPTEMBER FILM ROUND UP

We’re back with a catch up of my September in new releases! It seems I had a month of representation in films, with four films that are about or represent social change in accepting minorities. It’s an amazing era of cinema, and though it is long overdue it’s brilliant to see it finally happen.   […]

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ANNIE: 2018 FILM CHALLENGE

Can you believe that how far through this challenge we are? It’s week thirty nine! And this week’s theme is… A musical Now I have seen a lot of musicals in my lifetime, so I was pretty hard pushed finding a film this week. But there’s one classic I had yet to tick off, and […]

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