The Neon Demon (Film) Review

I’ve been very distracted of late and not paying my best attention to anything beyond my own misery. Anxiety August, in other words, is going great. I am working my way slowly out of it though and will be back to normal soon, I have no doubt. Until then there is this film which is […]

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The Incredible Jessica James (Film) Review 

This month will be loosely named Anxiety August because God knows it’s topical now. For me currently and many other people I know and love. So this week we’re spending time in Jessica James’ world, feeling anxious about breakups and career rejection. And what a colourful, cool world it is too. Shall we? The Incredible […]

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Planet of the Sharks (Film) Review

I’ve interrupted GLOTBC Month to satisfy my own twisted agenda and also celebrate possibly the best international holiday of them all, Shark Week. I have no idea what this one is like but needless to say, it looks tremendous. FYI there are many shark movies heading to our shores over the next year or so, […]

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Christine (Film) Review 

Something a little somber this week – somber but powerful. Oh, and our Gorgeous Lady of the Blog Collab is Rebecca Hall for this very relatable and amazing turn as a depressed woman in desperate need of mental support. *Beware spoilers* Christine (2016) IMDB Synopsis The story of Christine Chubbuck, a 1970s TV reporter struggling with […]

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We Are Still Here (Film) Review

After the neon punch of last week’s GLOW documentary and our vow to honour the GLOTBC (The Gorgeous Ladies of the Blog Collab), this choice might seem a little tenuous in its connection. But wait! It happens to star the very lovely Barbara Crampton, whose horror CV reads like a damn dream. She’s also the mother in You’re […]

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GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (Film) Review

Something really special is happening on our blogs this month as Jillian and I embark on a new series: GLOTBC – The Gorgeous Ladies of the Blog Collab! Any excuse right? We’ll pay homage to some kick-arse Queens in all genres of movie and really where better to start than here, with this kitschy techno dreamscape of a […]

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The Bad Batch (Film) Review

Two years ago Jill and I reviewed A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, one of the best films I’ve ever seen. While Jill has a brief hiatus after her trip (back to business as usual next week), I thought I’d weigh in on AGWHAAT director Ana Lily Amirpour‘s second feature length film, The Bad Batch. This […]

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