Billie Piper was one of the stars of my childhood. Watching her fly across the stars as Rose Tyler in Doctor Who makes up countless memories I will cherish forever. So, when I heard she was taking up directing and that she would star alongside another favourite of mine in
A Quiet Place Part II Synopsis: Following the events at home, the Abbott family now face the terrors of the outside world. Forced to venture into the unknown, they realize the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats lurking beyond the sand path.
Thanks to an innovative horror
Nicole: Review. By Will Steele.
The current cinematic landscape seems overpopulated with complex narratives desperately trying to pack as much plot and pace into their runtimes as humanly possible. So it is truly refreshing whenever a new release refrains from overstuffing, overcomplicating and overwhelming its audience. James Schroeder's Nicole is
Richard Marquand: Master of Cross-Cutting Storytelling. By Andrew Adams.
Going to the cinema has been a treasured pastime since the first movie houses opened in the early 1900s. Through the expert storytelling of those behind and in front of the camera, we enjoy a shared human experience. While well-cast actors
Director Arantxa Echevarría’s Carmen and Lola opens with a stunning scene of Carmen (Rosy Rodriguez) in a very ornate outfit, about to be presented as a wife to another family within Madrid’s Roma community. What gives the scene its power is cinema’s unique ability to blend the visual, auditory, and