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Shirley BFI: London Film Festival Movie Review

Shirley is not so much a typical biographical film but more an alt-biopic told in the style of one of Shirley Jackon’s gothic short stories

Herself: BFI London Film Festival Movie review

Herself is an honest portrayal of domestic violence, but also an uplifting and inspiring tale about a Mother’s devotion and love for her children.

180° Rule: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

180° Rule: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review Director: Farnoosh Samadi Writer: Farnoosh Samadi Producer: Ali Mosaffa Starring: Sahar Dolatshahi, Pejman Jamshidi, Hassan Pourshirazi See more of our BFI London Continue Reading

Future: A story about a love as vast and unending as space

Future Graphic Novel Review Writer: Tom Woodman Art: Rupert Smissen Letters: Aditya Bidikar Editor: Lizzie Kaye Published through Cast Iron Books You may remember a little while back we reviewed Continue Reading

There’s Something About Her I Just Don’t Trust

There’s Something About Her I Just Don’t Trust Written by Erica Gerald Mason as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in Horror.     The Good Wife Continue Reading

Horror Hall of Fame: Elvira

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark is known for her plunging necklines and quick wit and let’s dance with the Mistress of the Dark, shall we?

Religion Cannot Save You: Mothers and the Function of Womanhood in The Conjuring

Religion Cannot Save You: Mothers and the Function of Womanhood in The Conjuring Written by Taylor Hunsberger as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in Horror.  The Continue Reading

Stray: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review

Stray: BFI London Film Festival Movie Review  Directed by: Elizabeth Lo Produced by: Elizabeth Lo, Shane Boris Check out more BFI London Film Festival coverage here. The streets of Turkey Continue Reading