Film Review – White Noise (2022)

Unfilmable books seem to be Hollywood’s greatest challenge . Many have succeeded (Lord Of The Rings, Trainspotting), others like Noah Baumbach’s White Noise should have stayed unfilmed. Tinseltown seem to get a little ambitious every now and then and take a detour off the remake path to make something original. Kudos to any film-maker adventurous… Read More Film Review – White Noise (2022)

Film Review – Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022)

2019 Knives Out was an unexpected hit for Rian Johnson. The Last Jedi his previous film divided fans with some seeing the 2019 film his redemption. 2022 We have the much anticipated sequel Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery now on Netflix. The first film embraced the Agatha Christie’s The Mouse Trap whodunnit trappings. Glass… Read More Film Review – Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022)

Film Review – City Lights (1931)

He’s film’s most iconic tramp, Charlie Chaplin returns with what  some consider his greatest film, City Lights. Now released  and restored by The Criterion Collection on Blu-ray with a host of fantastic extras. This is one of Chaplin’s most cherished films.  As for my previous statement  it’s his greatest film, that off course is personal… Read More Film Review – City Lights (1931)

Film Review – See How They Run (2022)

Whodunnit? The old fashioned murder mystery the past few years has been making a big comeback. The latest comes from Tom George, his debut directorial feature after working on Television and radio. Sadly that comedic debut is a predictable mess with wafer thin character backgrounds with very little room to shine. Sam Rockwell and Saoirse… Read More Film Review – See How They Run (2022)