Shark Week is back, celebrating the critical and commercial success of Steven Speilberg’s Jaws released in 1975 which sparked mass interest in the sub-genre known as Sharksploitation. The popularity soon dwindled, likely due to the critical undoing of the three Jaws sequels that failed to match the original’s momentum. Making a splash in 1999 Renny…… Continue reading Shark Week: Five Jaw-somely Bad Shark Films
Ewan McGregor, a name that invokes a visceral image of one of his many performances over the years. Ewan McGregor over his career has tackled a variety of roles, whether that’s heroin addict Mark Renton in Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting, the various incarnations of the Jedi sage Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Christian from Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge,…… Continue reading Five Ewan McGregor Performances You May Not Have Seen
A conversation with writer Steven Moffat and Reece Shearsmith for their production The Unfriend. Steven Moffat and Reece Shearsmith open up about writing advice, how to create a character, and the art of the performer as part of a special event at the Chichester Festival Theatre for their current production, The Unfriend. The event, Prologue,…… Continue reading Exclusive: The Unfriend’s Steven Moffat & Reece Shearsmith
With Ncuti Gatwa confirmed as the 14th Doctor, all eyes are now on who will be accompanying the young actor in the TARDIS. Who is going to be the next companion? Before it was announced that Russel T. Davies was returning as showrunner to Doctor Who we speculated who should take the helm of the…… Continue reading Doctor Who: Who will be the next companion?
Cillian Murphy is a name many have come to know over recent years from his success in Peaky Blinders, but many don’t know of his brilliant varied film career. Cillian Murphy was introduced to many moviegoers with his breakout role in Danny Boyle’s 2003 film 28 Days Later, gaining additional recognition for his role in…… Continue reading Top 5 Cillian Murphy Films You May Not Have Seen
Ella Watts speaks of her new show Doctor Who: Redacted, the importance of queer inclusivity within media, and the longevity of audio drama. Ella Watts directed, produced, and co-wrote Doctor Who: Redacted. The new Doctor Who spin-off audio drama exclusive to BBC Sounds. When we as an audience think of Doctor Who spin-off shows, we…… Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Ella Watts, Doctor Who: Redacted director interview
Nathan Bryon, award-winning author, and BAFTA nominee recalls his journey, shares advice, and looks forward to his upcoming feature film and projects on the horizon. Nathan Bryon and I first met in February of 2017 when I interviewed him about his then-new web series Reality. There was a clear lull of morale in the room…… Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Nathan Bryon, BAFTA-nominee interview
With Ireland’s rich history and magnificent landscapes, it is no surprise this scenic country has been the inspiration and backdrop for numerous films and television series. Often referred to as the Emerald Isle, Ireland has been shaped into the beautiful and unique country we know today by its rich culture and heritage. Referring primarily to the…… Continue reading Top 5 Films Set In Ireland
Daniel Radcliffe has used his success and recognition to star in lesser-known movies, including passion projects, and arthouse pieces. For many moviegoers, Daniel Radcliffe is The Boy Who Lived but we want to celebrate seven films that you may not have seen starring the actor. Spanning over eight films, and over a decade of movie-making…… Continue reading Top 7 Daniel Radcliffe Films You May Not Have Seen
As Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall hand back their keys to the TARDIS, predicting who would be an ideal replacement is no easy feat. Predicting the Doctor Who replacement is not easy. While fans rumour actors like Phoebe Waller-Bridge or Richard Ayoade to replace Jodie Whittaker as the titular role, often their guesses don’t feel…… Continue reading Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall Replacement?