Review: A Cure For Wellness

A Cure For Wellness has been on my radar since the first trailer came out – Hollywood’s long-awaited sophisticated psycho-thriller – and I was eager to see director Gore Verbinski’s comeback to horror since his remake of The Ring. The film fixates on self-discovery and for our protagonist Lockhart (Dane DeHaan), his journey begins as… Continue reading Review: A Cure For Wellness

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Lady Loves

Below I have listed some of my ultimate lady loves in film. Do bear in mind, these are not all of them. Those that are on the list are there because I like them as actresses, but primarily I have put my favourite characters they portray on here. In no particular order... Anna Karina as Nana Kleinfrankenheim… Continue reading Lady Loves

Top Dietary Documentaries (On Netflix)

If you have had a gander at my previous blog posts, you can make the safe assumption that I'm into my food. I'm no pro, but I primarily upload food posts because of my enjoyment of cooking, and sharing is caring. I'm super guilty, as I enjoy my fast food, but I do aim for… Continue reading Top Dietary Documentaries (On Netflix)

Sunday [Film] Sessions

Sunday Funday. There's a few things that make my Sundays perfect; Sunday Wine Club (an old after-work tradition); Sunday lunch (when I'm in the mood for a cliché, I'm a big advocate of a walk in the park as well); and a film night. I love easy-watching on Sundays - allow my brain to rest before… Continue reading Sunday [Film] Sessions

Humanist Films

From the Great Depression to another Marvel blip, film still stands as a source of escapism. I accept this to an extent. But I believe that even more so today we need not to escape, but to see, witness and celebrate who we are as humans. Titles related to my discourse are that of France… Continue reading Humanist Films