Horror-on-Sea Preview Review Bannister Doll House

It seemed to be a Christmas like any other in the Bannister household, when an unexpected gift is found under the tree; an old porcelain doll which was address to the youngest daughter Molly. What seems like an innocent...

Film Review ‘Kin’ from directors Jonathan Baker and Josh Baker

While scavenging for copper wire, Detroit teenager Eli Solinski (Myles Truitt) stumbles upon a high-tech gun that holds special powers. When his brother, Jimmy (Jack Reynor), lands in trouble with a local crime boss, the two siblings take the...

Interview with GLASS JAW actor and producer Lee Kholafai

With the boxing drama GLASS JAW now available on VOD, I got an opportunity to ask lead actor and producer Lee Kholafai a few questions about the film including; how he prepared for the role, the injuries he sustained during...

Review of the boxing drama Glass Jaw

Travis Austin (Lee Kholafai) finally achieves his dream of becoming a world championship boxer, but an unfortunate incident at his after party turns suddenly turns his life upside down. Although he is not responsible Travis is driven by guilt,...

“The Founder”: From Busted to Billions of Burgers Bought

https://youtu.be/AX2uz2XYkbo The late Ray Kroc was a selfish, conniving, hard-drinking, ruthless jerk. He was also the driving force behind the most successful restaurant franchise in the history of mankind. And what man, or woman, has not partaken in a meal...

Molly’s Game – Skiing, Poker and The FBI – Review

So last night was the Cineworld Secret Unlimited Screening and with all the speculation on what the film would be, we finally found out when we sat in the cinema and title card came up for Molly's Game. I wasn't totally...

“The End of the Tour”: Writing. It ain’t for The Faint o’ Heart, mate.

https://youtu.be/DBk1Mrb4RyM I am a writer. Not trying to come off as boastful. Grab a pen and a piece of paper. Jot something down. Voila. You're now a writer, too. The fact that I write-and sometimes even get published beyond these flick...

“two days, one night” of one Helluva Weekend for Marion Cotillard

Before seeing the French domestic drama "two days, one night" I was only cursorily familiar with Marion Cotillard's work. I am now richly informed. Likewise, little did I know that a movie about a blue-collar wife and mother battling to...