One Magic Christmas (Review)

Among the tidal wave of Christmas-themed content that hits our screens every holiday season, there are a few perennial favourites that stand out. You have your Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street, along with endless adaptions of the Dickens potboiler Christmas Carol. But there are just as many, if not more underrated holiday stories that […]

GPIFF 2017 – Events of High Class and Oriental Credits

这个事件令人难以置信! 这个活动真的很棒,我有这么多话要说。 …Okay, sorry, but I don’t really know Chinese very well. You’ll have to forgive my use of the online free translator. I have to say this was one of the best events I’ve ever attended. It was truly amazing. The GPIFF, or Golden Panda International Film Festival, features foreign films from other countries, but […]

The Hurricane (Review)

Incarceration of the innocent is hardly a recent issue, and is certainly nothing new in the realm of cinema. While there are some truly great works of fiction, such as The Count of Monte Cristo, and of course The Shawshank Redemption, it is the non-fiction biopics that carry the added weight of real-world consequence. Although […]