Films

Films

LFF: Luce

Luce is a really interesting piece. Luce (Kevin Harrison Jr) is a High School superstar. He gets great grades, gives...

Films

LFF: The Report

The Report is a film that tells the story of how Daniel J Jones and the US Senate Intelligence Committee examined the CIA’s...

Films

LFF: The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse feels like it’s one of the more important films in the London Film Festival. I went into, as with most of the films...

Films

Joker

Breaking up the run of London Film Festival titles, Joker is a new film from Todd Phillips and has been anticipated for a while,...

Films

LFF: To The Ends Of The Earth

To The Ends Of The Earth is a delightful little film from director and director Kiyoshi Kurosawa ...

Films

LFF: The Climb

OK – I confess that I bought tickets for the The Climb on the basis that it probably had some kind of cycling...

Films

LFF: Seberg

Note: The next few entries will be devoted to the recent London Film Festival. Normal service will follow afterwards! Like many people, I...

Films, Internet

Flixster Transition to Google Play

A few weeks back I noted that Flixster would be closing soon and had written to me to say that my film collection would transition to...

Films, TV

The Not-Live BAFTA Awards

In 2002, Ant and Dec remade the famous “No Hiding Place” episode of...

Films, Internet

Great Sadness

This week, the Paweł Pawlikowski film, Cold War, was released on home video. I missed this in the cinema, even though I found the...