People; A searing snapshot of reality

I was pleasantly surprised that the people behind the independent indie film People ;o sent me a screener to the film before it’s Itunes release date of 1st May. And I’m glad that it was a really good film so it was enjoyable both watching and writing a review about it. Check out my review below and…

Thoughts on 2016 in film

I thought I should post some of my thoughts I’ve been having on the year in film. I haven’t seen Arrival, Moonlight, Manchester by the sea and a few other big films, so I can’t really say which is my favourite film just yet. But I’ve got some musings to ramble on from indie films…

First half of 2016 in film recapped

And just like that, 2016 reaches its halfway point. Wherever you may be in your life right now, I hope you’ve achieved all that you set your heart to. For me, I’ve been trying to make the best use of my time before I enter Uni next year 🙂 What have you guys been up to!?…

Videos for the weekend!

Wahoo! Hi guys! How are you? Anyhow, I have three videos for you this weekend – Two of them are extremely funny hehe (I love to include funny videos, I mean who doesn’t love it right?). Weekends should be all about letting off some steam, chillin’ and just having a ball of a time. So…

Tangerine: The transgender indie film that sizzles and hits hard.

How do I put this? I’ve never seen anything like Tangerine. It has everything. And yet, it is like nothing else. For starters, Sean Baker’s film is shot entirely with the iphone 5S. With a limited visual scope, Baker compensates with beautiful natural light and dazzling kaleidoscope-like shots of L.A. But this isn’t even what’s…