2020 is here, and it didn’t so much start with a bang as it did a whisper… at least, in terms of movie news. Don’t worry, I know the phrase is “whimper”, I’m just being cheesy. See, one of the first major developments of the new year was the release
Mia Hansen-Løve – the French director of Things to Come, Eden and Father of My Children as well as the upcoming Bergman Island will head the jury of the Nordic competition at the 43rd Göteborg Film Festival.
Göteborg Film Festival proudly presents celebrated film maker Mia Hansen-Løve as head of the Nordic competition
‘Tenet’ was a film I had vaguely heard about but honestly had no interest in until I was recommended the trailer by a friend, and I’m glad they told me to watch it.
‘Tenet’ is written and directed by Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight Trilogy, Interstellar) and stars Robert Pattinson (High Life)
Northman, John Wick, Cats: Weekly Round Up. Did we all have a good Christmas? I did, and the usual Christmas films all made their appearance. I started an argument over The Grinch (I’m not convinced it’s all that good outside of Carrey’s performance) and got some excellent new blu-rays,
Trailer Talk: Ghostbusters: Afterlife
A third film has been wanted for a long time and, while the Playstation 3 game was considered a decent ‘third entry’, a third film in the original series has never been thought up…until now.
‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ stars Paul Rudd and Finn Wolfhard, and centres around a single