The Nun(2018)

"Filming in the abbeys of Romania has certainly paid off with its creepy crosses and cemeteries which makes the audience feel uneasy throughout"

The FrightFest Party never stops as they arranged a unique and atmospheric screening of The Conjuring Prequel The Nun. After the success of The Conjuring 2 and the impact that the demonic nun VALEK had in The Conjuring sequel, it was a no brainer to bring The Nun into The Chilling Conjuring Cinem...

by Jonathan Hughes

The Seagull(2018)

"The script and performances are excellent, but the film is merely a pleasant watch "

There have been plenty of films based on the works of Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, and as The Seagull is one of his most famous plays, it’s no surprise it’s been adapted for the screen a few times - and now there’s a new one, directed by Michael Mayer and adapted by Stephen Karam, for ...

by Hannah Wales

One Note at a Time(2018)

"pays tribute to the musicians of New Orleans, whose playing is like no other in the world"

Renée Edwards began her career during the mid 1990’s. Some of her best known work was made for television, and long standing current affairs series Panarama, Unreported World and Dispatches and award winning documentary dramas including “A Fight to the Death” and “The Mind Reader.” On...

by Tremayne Miller

Yardie(2018)

"As a film about loyalty, family revenge and cultural integration, Yardie successfully brings to the screen a realistic representation of a cross-section of the Jamaican society"

Idris Elba’s directorial debut, Yardie, is a movie about the power of revenge and brotherly love. The film is set in a Jamaica divided by gangs trying to rule the drug business between the 70’s and 80’s.

Narrated from the protagonist’s point of view, the movie follows, Dennis, a y...

by Federica Roberti

Searching(2018)

"Cho puts in the performance of a lifetime and is completely mind-blowing"

Do you ever look at someone on their phone and wonder what lives they are living just across the way from you? Do you ever see your brother, sister, friend, wife, husband, mother, father, and whoever laugh at a screen and tentative say “oh it’s nothing” after you enquire? 



We...

by Cookie N Screen (We Make Movies on Weekends)

The Children Act(2018)

"is not the film you expect it to be and it is all the better for it"

There have been a lot of movies lately about religion and how religion can sway someone into doing the wrong thing. Similarly to recent drama Apostasy, The Children Act looks at Jehovah’s Witnesses and how their beliefs can nearly kill. 



Directed by Richard Eyre and based on a boo...

by Cookie N Screen (We Make Movies on Weekends)