Doctor Who: Wild Blue Yonder

The second episode of Doctor Who celebrating its 60th anniversary aired, becoming the first intergalactic adventure in fifteen years for duo David Tennant and Catherine Tate. Following The Star Beast, where eager fans were able to piece together the possible story for the Doctor (Tennant) and Donna Noble (Tate) ahead of its broadcast, the second…… Continue reading Doctor Who: Wild Blue Yonder

Doctor Who: The Star Beast

Doctor Who returns to celebrate its 60th anniversary with The Star Beast, the first of three special episodes starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate, who reprise their roles as the Doctor and Donna Noble, respectively. Written by Russell T Davies, The Star Beast is adapted from the 1980 comic strip by Pat Mills and Dave…… Continue reading Doctor Who: The Star Beast

Doctor Who: Anniversary Transmission Dates Announced

Doctor Who has announced the transmission dates of the episodes to celebrate its 60th anniversary beginning on 25 November. With David Tennant as the Fourteenth Doctor and Catherine Tate reprising her role as Donna Noble, the famous duo will make their spectacular return to mark the show’s 60th anniversary with three special episodes running each…… Continue reading Doctor Who: Anniversary Transmission Dates Announced

Cat Person

Margot and friend Taylor try to determine if Robert is who he says he is. (Picture: Rialto Pictures/StudioCanal)

Based on the controversial New Yorker short story, Cat Person’s cinematic adaptation, directed by Susanna Fogel, is an unfortunate, problematic depiction of how it demonstrates the anxieties of being a woman. Released two weeks before Molly Manning Walker’s How to Have Sex, sandwiching Cat Person with Emerald Fennell’s Promising Young Woman, its political activism should have had strength…… Continue reading Cat Person

Killers of the Flower Moon

Directed by Martin Scorsese and co-written with Eric Roth, the epic on the treatment of the Osage people is a spectacle starring long-time collaborators Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio that firmly belongs on streaming and is likely to bring the spotlight onto the indigenous communities during the awards seasons for the first time since…… Continue reading Killers of the Flower Moon

Chasing Chasing Amy

“The film wasn’t my truth” admits Joey Lauren Adams, the lead actress from Kevin Smith’s Chasing Amy, the Golden Globe nominated film about a man who falls in love with a lesbian. Except for Chasing Chasing Amy’s Sav Rodgers, it’s entirely their truth. Chasing Amy became their everything. An all-consuming identity they have obsessed over…… Continue reading Chasing Chasing Amy


Fingernails is a narratively void and unfulfilling science-fiction melodrama from Christos Nikou starring Riz Ahmed and Jessie Buckley that only scratches the surface of what it’s trying to say. In an alternate society, love is finally quantifiable. Partners undergo analysis of their fingernails to see whether one or both are in love wholly with the…… Continue reading Fingernails

The Creator: Interview with Gareth Edwards

Gareth Edwards speaks exclusively to Cinamore about The Creator answering questions about the film’s filmmaking process. The Monsters director began his career specialising in digital effects, having also worked as the individual responsible for its visual effects. Having also previously worked on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, with Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), who…… Continue reading The Creator: Interview with Gareth Edwards

Robot Dreams

There is a beautiful simplicity in Pablo Berger’s Robot Dreams, based on the graphic novel of the same name by Sara Varon. The subtleties of glances, and its score elevate the story of Dog and Robot to perfection. A Dog, and his constructed friend Robot learn separation, and companionship within a 1980s New York. Where…… Continue reading Robot Dreams

Bonus Track

It’s rare, but when a film feels like its story is for you specifically in mind, it becomes an indescribable euphoria. With its indie soundtrack and a charming coming-of-age tale about a socially awkward teen finding solace through music, Bonus Track feels like plucked from a checklist of my tastes. A shame then, that it…… Continue reading Bonus Track