The end of gender-based genres in film

I haven’t written a blog post in a long time.  This is what happens when you’re either a. too busy, b. too exhausted or c. so drained from extending your creativity elsewhere. There also has been a constant fear that there will come a point where you can’t think of anything to write, from another fear that it will either become a rant or an … Continue reading The end of gender-based genres in film

Fifty Shades of Grey – 3/5 stars

This is a tricky one to review.  While Fifty Shades of Grey has been a phenomenal success, as well as boosted the sales of Kindles, it has been criticised for its bad writing, suggested themes of domestic abuse and an inaccurate viewpoint on the taboo world of BDSM. Given that a film adaptation was a certainty, the hype around the production is immense – negative … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Grey – 3/5 stars

Redefining the Cinema Experience

After such an unexpected reaction to my allocated seating blog post, it is understandable that coming up with a follow-up retrospective post is a bit tricky.  However, once I re-read the aforementioned post, there was something that has played on my mind for a while yet it is something so trivial, I pitched it to a well-known website that passed on my idea 😦 I … Continue reading Redefining the Cinema Experience