Now Available to Stream or Buy – If Beale Street Could Talk

How do you follow the Oscar winning exploration of deprivation, identity and sexual orientation found in Moonlight? If you are Barry Jenkins, you bring us a stunning adaptation of James Baldwins novel. Exploring family, love, racial profiling and endurance in 1970’s Harlem. Showing the endurance and power of love in the face of discrimination, not …

Now Available to Stream or Buy – Boy Erased

While clearly and confidently dealing with the emotional abuse of conversation therapy, Boy Erased never quite delivers the emotional attachment to its characters the subject matter deserves. Unlike The Miseducation of Cameron Post in 2017 it struggles to define its core message through the development of its characters, and leaves a slightly bitter taste in …

Ma – Review

The latest addition to the Blumhouse horror stable, dovetails revenge thriller with the classic teen horror format. Creating a hybrid of themes, that at times echos 1992’s The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, and at others 1997’s I Know What You Did Last Summer. The end result is a confused film that doesn’t really know …

LGBTQ films – The Essential Collection

For the LGBTQ community, film has long been a vehicle for challenging society’s pre-conceptions. While furthering inclusion and embracing a community rich in history, art and culture. The film journey of the LGBTQ community reflects the history of its people, providing a road map of the discrimination, isolation and fight for equality and representation, each …

Rocketman – Review

Fresh from rescuing the Freddie Mercury and Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody after the removal of its director Bryan Singer. Dexter Fletcher brings us the glowing, fabulous and utterly compelling Rocketman. Bringing to life the career of Elton John with stunning cinematography, performances and energy, in a fantasia of music, creativity and emotion. From its opening …