Thoroughbreds review; Teenage horror, angst and emptiness.

Thoroughbreds is a tingling, chilling and extremely interesting film of great provocation and irony. Stunning visuals, sound design and terrific acting from Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch) and Olivia Cooke (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) make for a unique film. Taylor-Joy plays Lily who feels suffocated by the presence of her step-father and Cooke plays…

A Ghost Story review; A symphony of tenderness and meaning

Imagine those who left us behind still sit beside us at the dinner table and watch over us as we sleep. David Lowery’s evocative A Ghost Story is a first look into the melancholic and soul-defining existence of the after-life. Even with a distinctive visual style which captures the expansive nature of the real life…

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…

Arrival; Quietly breathtaking

First of all, I just wanna thank Eileen (SG posters) for letting me use her awesome poster art. Her works are always so beautiful so check out her website coz you won’t regret it 🙂 Arrival is Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of the short sci-fi novel, Story Of Your Life. If you don’t know who Villeneuve is,…

Sunshine Award and 500 followers :)

So this is way WAY overdue and I’ve just been delaying it for the longest time 😛 But thanks to Markus, Tom and Alicja for nominating me for the Sunshine Award 🙂 You guys rock!! It’s always nice to get a little something from the blogging community so many thanks to you three and everyone who…

My Trip To Eastern Europe, part 6

There’s alot of exciting things I wanna share you guys in this post on my travels to Berlin and Dresden. But I wanna begin it with this sight I chanced upon whilst taking a stretch when our tour bus came to stop for a while at the sideroad. Dog’s are indeed man’s best friend. There’s…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 5

Krakow, Poland. I didn’t have any pictures from the concentration camp we visited prior to this day, it just didn’t feel right to me. But I will talk about it, and if you do get the chance to come to Eastern Europe and Poland, try making a trip down to Auschwitz. Our tour guide for…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 2

  Halstatt, Austria This place was crazy. City people like me and cosmopolitans like alot of us will find some newfound solace here.No kidding. How nice would it be if you woke up to this on a nice morning, or canoe on a sunday (like some people that day) in this beautiful place without a…