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 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 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 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 Written by Erica Gerald Mason as part of the Valkyries Horror Festival focused on Women in Horror. The Good Wife Continue Reading
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 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 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