Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Tenet

Movie Review: Tenet

We’ve not wheeled out the decrepit notions of time travel plot devices in a while, and who better to do it than Christopher Nolan? Actually, I can think of several filmmakers who are better suited to detailing a secret agency uncovering the various broken laws of time travel. Toying with the terrors of time travel […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Waiting for the Barbarians

Movie Review: Waiting for the Barbarians

Colonialism and the magistrates at the head of it all is a fascinating topic of discussion. I’m not entirely sure it’s made the best transfer to the big screen though, their atrocities and innovations are ill-balanced, with films flailing between two equally damaging caricatures. I suppose the history A-Level in me was a little shook […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Devil All The Time

Movie Review: The Devil All The Time

The backwater, bible-belt of America has been documented in fiction for quite some time. I remember Deliverance giving brief, splattered insights into the most extreme and murky of these areas, but now there’s a sudden drive to showcase this Southern land of America as much as possible. Some showcase it as intolerable racists, period pieces like Green Book, but The […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Lighthouse

Movie Review: The Lighthouse

Eagerly anticipating any film whatsoever is a recipe for disaster. Considering before you even enter the film you’ve already set it an impossibly high standard, there’s no doubt that your initial viewing will be somewhat disappointing to say the least. Hearing nothing but praise for the newest Robert Eggers film, The Lighthouse, I knew my […]