Tag Archives: Cinerama Film

Greta – Review

(Spoiler Free) Neil Jordan (Breakfast on Pluto, The Butcher Boy and Company of Wolves) is well known for bringing adult fantasy/horror to the big screen. Often dovetailed with social commentary and contemporary themes, Jordan’s filmography is that of a truly visionary force in cinema. With Greta, Jordan opts for a far more mainstream thriller/horror that delights in parts, but struggles …

Eighth Grade – Review

Bo Burnham’s stunning directorial debut Eighth Grade, is a beautiful reflection of early adolescence in all its awkwardness. The tentative steps into adulthood mixing with the humour of coming of age. While providing a truly remarkable film that captures the emotions, turmoil and development of being 13 in a fresh and natural style. Eighth Grade never seeks to over dramatise …