Scene Stealer: Inception

We don't need much of an excuse to sing the praises of Christopher Nolan, but with Dunkirk storming into both our cinemas and our collective affections (along with a 5 star Flickfeast review), it seemed too good an opportunity to miss. So,…

Dunkirk: War Movies Quiz

We all know what war is good for… huh, absolutely nothing… aside, of course, from providing the basis of some fantastic cinematic material. To celebrate the release of Christopher Nolan's latest flick Dunkirk, which we rated a full 5 stars…

Dunkirk (2017)

After taking on the Batman franchise in 2005, British director Christopher Nolan has proven that he is not afraid to take on big-budget pictures. After completing his much-acclaimed Batman trilogy in 2012, he returned to the big screen in…

Arrival (2016)

Dennis Villeneuve may well be my favourite director working today, and I can't believe that it took my viewing of Arrival to hammer that home to me. Although I have only seen his past couple of movies, both have been smart and hugely…

TIFF 2016 – Arrival (2016)

Britain might have fallen out of love with experts, as Michael Gove so eloquently explained this year, but for Hollywood they’ve lost none of their shine. When bad things happen it’s straight off to academia to find someone to fix it.…

59th BFI London Film Festival

The BFI London Film Festival hits the capital once again in October, highlighting the films anticipated to do well in the upcoming awards season.  The UK’s largest film festival, the 12-day event will showcase 238 films across 16 venues in…

Interstellar (2014)

After finishing his successful and acclaimed Dark Knight trilogy, Christopher Nolan had a point to prove to fans and critics: that he can step out of his tenure and revisit the noir style that made his name.  In his most ambitious feature…

Transcendence (2014)

Hack that program, fast! The sci-fi Luddite movie Transcendence is a disappointment on many levels, its dialogue trite, its action sluggish, its imagination falling short of its ambition. It's all pretty forgettable, and in a way maybe…