Having previously written for Junxion17 and The Big Issue, Ben is now a film PR & Marketing Manager. When he's not watching or working on movies, Ben plays guitar in his band Ghosts As Alibis.
Jen and Fahrang are a charming young couple. They film their cutesy pillow talk, they people-watch at the park, and they goof around at
Paralysed by paranoia and myriad phobias, a young man seeks to ease his crippling anxiety by finding definitive proof of life after death.
Artist’s agent Rachel is haunted by the loss of Hope – her sister. As she starts to crack under further pressure from her
Blood Sugar Sex Magik
A kitschy pastiche of sixties melodrama and psychedelic sexploitation from writer-director Anna Biller that fuses retro aesthetics with wit and tongue-in-cheek
To be honest, I seem to be one of the few film fans whose imagination was not captured by Back to the Future. I
As Pedro Alomdóvar’s latest film Julieta hits cinemas, we dove into a new boxset celebrating his early work.
Dark Habits/Entre Tinieblas - 1983
Finding herself in trouble
A gritty Brit thriller from first-time writer and director Helen Walsh that promises plenty of potential.
In the council estates and dingy streets of a
As this year’s prestigious Cannes Film Festival kicks off, the film that earned its star the Best Actor award at last year’s festival gets
East Meets West is about children from a Chinese martial arts academy who travel to America to join students in the Gold Drum &
This moody Danish crime drama is a sequel to 2013’s The Keeper of Lost Causes, and likewise based on a novel from Jussi Adler-Olsen’s
A septet of short thrillers vaguely based on the seven deadly sins.
While recent portmanteau horror movies have seen mixed success, this shoddy effort is
Exhibition is definitely not a Joanna Hogg film…
This film is, in fact, a 1975 documentary from Jean-François Davy about French pornstar Claudine Beccarie.
This Southern-fried coming-of-age drama sees a rebellious teenage girl try to escape her dysfunctional family life.
After her little sister is taken by her deadbeat
This poetic French documentary from Luc Jacquet (March of the Penguins) sees acclaimed 82-year-old glaciologist Claude Lorius reflect upon a lifetime of scientific research