Film Review – Mother! (2017)

Mother! Written and directed by: Darren Aronofsky Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Barden, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris A couple's relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their...

Review – The Good Dinosaur (2015)

For the last twenty years, Pixar has created some of the most acclaimed and cherished animated films ever made: since the success of Toy...

Theatre Review: This House (Birmingham REP)

This House By James Graham Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly It’s no surprise that This House sold out runs in the National Theatre and West End. The immense...

Theatre Review – Sideways

Sideways By Rex Pickett St James Theatre, London Director: David Grindley Reviewer: Laura Shoebottom What do you get when you mix a lot of wine, two best friends and...

Theatre Review – Sonder

Sonder Centrality Theatre The Cockpit, MaryleboneReviewer: Laura Shoebottom One homeless man in a city full of strangers and the impact of one random act of kindness, 'Sonder'...
Christina Bevan Pretty Little Lairs Review

TV Review – Pretty Little Liars (6B)

WARNING: SPOILERS WITHIN. Pretty Little Lairs 6B achieved absolutely nothing and only served to cement a sense of deja vu for fans. Five Years Forward...

Theatre Review – Unreachable

Unreachable The Royal Court Theatre, London Writer: Anthony Neilson Director: Anthony Neilson Reviewer: Laura Shoebottom Matt Smith plays movie director Maxim, winner of the Palme d’Or who is doing everything...

Theatre Review: Stuff (Birmingham REP)

Stuff Devised by Janice Connolly and Michael Crouch Directed by Daniel Bailey Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly Hoarding is a subject we seem to know very little about,...

Villeneuve in Retrospect – Prisoners

Prisoners (2013) Directed by: Denis Villeneuve Written by: Aaron Guzikowski Starring: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard, Melissa Leo, Paul Dano Run Time: 153...

Theatre Review – Private Lives

Private Lives Presented by Ambassador Theatre Group New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham Written by Noel Coward Directed by Tom Attenborough   Reviewer: Sam Chipman    Private Lives can be described as nothing less than...