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 […]

Read More

Mr. Roosevelt (Film) Review

Noël Wells is a triple threat apparently. Cool AND talented in writing, directing and acting? Fine. It’s totally fine. Good for you, Noël. I don’t know much about the film going in so I can’t really preempt it with anything insightful. All I know is that I’m expecting a sort of Tiny Furniture/Lena Dunham vibe […]

Read More

Tangerine (Film) Review

This week’s film has been on both our lists for a while. Filmed entirely on a freaking iPhone, it’s bloody remarkable if you ask me, with a bleeding heart beating within. However, I did watch without subtitles so I feel as though I may have missed a substantial chunk of dialogue between Razmik the taxi […]

Read More

Vic + Flo Saw a Bear (Film) Review 

Blimey. We don’t half think outside the box on some of our choices, eh? This one could be considered one of our most art-housey perhaps, though it’s not as strange as I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing, nor is it anywhere as quirky as the amazing The Foxy Merkins (which I realise I only gave a 4/5 […]

Read More

In a World… (Film) Review

This week we were going to go for a Nicholas Sparks adaptation to guarantee maximum schmaltz and romance with a capital ‘R’. Because both our forays into the Romance genre so far have proven very telling about the human beings that we are, e.g. more into the anti-romance. That’s until Netflix, the bastard (I love you!), […]

Read More