Month: May 2018

I Am Not a Witch (Film) Review

Or: Witches be cray. We round out May-hem Month with this beauty from Rungano Nyoni, Zambian-born turned Welsh national and first time film maker. I don’t know how Jill feels about this one yet but I can certainly say this may be the jewel in the crown as […]

Life of the Party

Life of the Party (2018) Directed by: Ben Falcone Starring: Debby Ryan, Melissa McCarthy, Gillian Jacobs, Luke Benward IMDB Synopsis After her husband abruptly asks for a divorce, a middle-aged mother returns to college in order to complete her degree. Where: Odeon, Brighton When: Friday 11th May Who with: Alone Snacks: I can’t remember […]

A History of Silence

The other week was Mental Health Awareness Week and I had planned to post this then as a celebration of my own mental struggles – but of course I never got the time/had the energy to sit down and polish off the right words. I do think it’s […]

Tully

Tully (2018) Directed by: Jason Reitman Starring: Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston IMDB Synopsis A mother of three hires a night nanny to help with her newborn. Where: Duke’s @ Komedia When: Monday 7th May Who with: Alone Snacks: Cawston Press Rhubarb, homemade fish finger sandwich from home *Beware spoilers* *Like, seriously […]

The Transfiguration (Film) Review

Love, loss and vampires? Where do we sign, right? *Spoilers* The Transfiguration (2016) IMDB Synopsis When troubled teen Milo, who has a fascination with vampire lore, meets the equally alienated Sophie, the two form a bond that begins to blur Milo’s fantasy into reality. My Review Milo (Eric […]

Smental

So much for Motivated May, eh? I had all these plans to keep the posts flowing throughout Mental Health Awareness Week and then… I couldn’t muster the energy. Instead I had a very chilled week, mainlined Safe on Netflix and spent time with my beloved. Which sometimes is […]

Office (Film) Review

May-hem month seems to be leaning towards Asia Extreme movies so far and I for one am here for it. While this week’s pick is nowhere near as bat shit crazy as the last, it’s still pretty out there in terms of premise and delivery. There’s a strong […]