Sometimes dialogue alone in film doesn't quite suffice. All the words in the world can't define the mood and meaning a director strives to achieve. That's where music often steps in. The right song supports the film's tone and tells a deeper story within its greater arc. From an exciting battle cry to easing in … Continue reading 6 Examples of the Creative Use of Music in Film
A no spoilers review of the new Netflix limited psychological thriller series, Behind Her Eyes, Miss it miss out!
The ITV have recently released their adaptation of the notorious Pembrokeshire murders, staring Luke Evans and Keith Allen. Evans plays Steve Wilkins, the detective, whose unfaltering determination finally led to the conviction of John Cooper (Keith Allen). The story is adapted from the book Wilkins wrote 'The Pembrokeshire Murders: Catching the Bullseye Killer' and told … Continue reading The Pembrokeshire Murders – The Bullseye Killer
On Monday, Jesy Nelson announced that she would leave Little Mix. Her statement included the reason we all expected; the constant scrutiny and pressure causing her mental health to continue declining. Known as ‘The fat one’ and numerous attacks on the shape of her head/face, it is no surprise that Jesy has suffered with mental … Continue reading Jesy is Out of the MIX
As the leaves fall off the trees and turn brown, and the nights draw in closer, that can only mean one thing… It’s time to pull out the fluffy blankets for cosy film nights. Nothing feels better on a cold, dark Friday evening than having the usual film night with my babies (OK, so they … Continue reading My Top 5 Films for Autumn
Oh yes, it’s that time of year and my favourite TV show OF THE YEAR is about to hit our screens. Excited much? YES!! Thanks to COVID, it is launching slightly later than usual, with less contestants, but I'm sure it will be entertaining nevertheless. Nothing feels better, on a cold, wet Saturday night, than … Continue reading Strictly Come Open-minded
Since I have written a couple of posts about films/Netflix, it is probably fitting that I should share some tips on creating a family film night on a budget. Friday night is our family film night. It has always been one of my fondest memories from my own childhood… Blockbuster (WHO!!), chocolate, and all of … Continue reading Family Film Night for Under £10!
Synopsis: When Cecilia's abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of coincidences turn lethal, Cecilia works to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see [IMDb]. Director & Writer: Leigh Whannell Elizabeth Moss – Cecelia (Wife) [The Handmaids … Continue reading No Spoilers Film Review – The Invisible Man (2020)