The Witch (Film) Review

Or: Stone the Crows! This week features a film we’ve both already seen but I feel like we come back to it a lot, much like The Babadook in discussion and certainly in comparison to other movies. Since it’s free for all month and there’s no way I could complete with last week’s joyful pick, […]

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The Art of Loving (Film) Review

Free for all month and we start June with this biopic of awesome polish gynaecologist Michalina Wislocka, a sex campaigner who rocked the sex lives of polish women forever. My new favourite heroine basically. *Spoilers* The Art of Loving. Story of Michalina Wislocka (2017) IMDB Synopsis Michalina Wislocka, the most famous and recognized sexologist of […]

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The Fits (Film) Review

Welcome to March Madness (a week late, sorry) – basically an excuse to do whatever the fudge we want, like we’ve ever needed an excuse. *Spoilers* The Fits (2015) IMDB Synopsis While training at the gym 11-year-old tomboy Toni becomes entranced with a dance troupe. As she struggles to fit in she finds herself caught […]

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Princess Cyd (Film) Review

The last film of Feminist February and as far as I’m concerned we’ve signed off with a bang. A slow and subtle Indie bang but a bang nonetheless. And, last week’s bland sniffle-fest aside, I think this month has been a success. *Spoilers* Princess Cyd (2017) IMDB Synopsis Eager to escape life with her depressive […]

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Frances Ha (Film) Review

“Ahoy, Sexy?” ~ Frances Welcome to the second best Collab month of the year: Feminist Film Month! And what better way to kick it off than with a film starring one of my all-time fave women in film? The original double G. What a gal. This movie could possibly be one of the best representations […]

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Deidra & Laney Rob a Train (Film) Review

Deidra & Laney Rob a Train (2017) IMDB Synopsis After their mother ends up in jail, two sisters turn to train robbery in order to support their family. My Review Sometimes life hands you your arse on a plate and says “Eat up, chump” and you’re forced to just get on with it – knife, […]

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Amour Fou (Film) Review

The penultimate film in our Feminist Film Month and honestly, it’s been an interesting month. So far this Feb we’ve gone from arranged marriage and friendship than spans cultural ideals to sexy sixties witchcraft. And now we’re examining suicide and inertia in the 19th century. I can only imagine how we’ll sign off the month […]

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