The film that took the world by storm and rightfully made history as the first non-English language film to take home the Best Picture Award at this years Oscars. Belive the hype. Parasite is a masterpiece in storytelling. It’s an intellectually crafted story that is thrilling, humourous, and haunting. With a breathtaking score, visually striking… Read More Midnight Movies: Why You Need to Watch Parasite
Movie-goers are really spoilt for choice when it comes to their Friday night viewings. This month, we’re tackling award winning epics, a highly entertaining superhero movie, and one of Brad Pitt’s best performances. 1917 A polarising staple of 2020’s award season, 1917 is an immersive war-time film that captures the brutality of life in the… Read More Midnight Movies Mini-Reviews: A War-Time Blockbuster, Chaotic Anit-Heroes, and an Intimate Sci-Fi Thriller
Perhaps one of the most surprising hits of 2019, Knives Out is a brilliant whodunit that has quickly become one of the most engaging murder-mystery films to hit the big screen. Its box office acclaim has already secured a sequel, meaning fans will soon get to immerse themselves in the follow-up to this thrilling murder-mystery.… Read More 4 Reasons to Watch Knives Out – A Movie Review
*Post contains affiliate links* Searching is a mystery thriller that sees John Cho take on the role of a desperate father when his teenage daughter goes missing. What follows is a race to track down his daughter’s movements all the while coming to terms with the distance between them following a tragic loss. Cho perfectly… Read More Midnight Movies: Searching
We all need to unwind sometimes, and what better way to do so than movie nights. The projector is up and running, and last week we voted on an anti-hero origin story and a surprisingly entertaining comedy. Sometimes movies don’t require those in-depth reviews, so here’s a quick summary of the highs and lows of… Read More Midnight Movies Mini Reviews: Venom and Game Night
*Post contains affiliate links* Based on the novel by Mary-Anne Shaffer and Annie Barrows, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society takes us on a heartening journey of how the comfort of literature united members of a war-torn community. Upon receiving a letter from Dawsey Adams (Michiel Huisman), detailing the unconventional establishment of the… Read More Midnight Movies: The heartening tale of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
You would think with this lockdown there’d be more films on this weeks Midnight Movies recap. However, it seems that the glorious sunshine has kept us occupied with various tasks among the house. A statement that’s been uttered plenty of times, but now is well and truly the perfect time to catch up with your… Read More Midnight Movies: Assassin On the Run, Time-hopping Serial Killers, and Wedding Chaos
With the award season coming to an end in the most delightful and surprising fashion, it’s time to spotlight the movies that have occupied most of my nights and taken us on many adventures. Here is what I’ve been watching. The Irishman Will an all-star cast leading Scorsese’s latest blockbuster, the Irishman is an epic… Read More Midnight Movies: Award-Winning Blockbusters, the Underdog’s Struggle, and Detective Pikachu.
Adam Driver has easily become one of the most prolific actors of our time, displaying his range as an actor in every role he takes. He’s one of those performers that instantly captivates audiences with his nuanced performances, turning one-dimensional characters into complex and compelling individuals. Here is a small selection of films that demonstrate… Read More Midnight Movies: An Adam Driver Special
As the countdown to Christmas loomed over the world, the day itself flew by. Now, we enter that stage of recovery as the merriment turns into content leading to the New Year. With that, it’s safe to say that many of us take the time to watch a slew of films that have long been… Read More Midnight Movies: A Musical Spectacle, Entertaining Action, and Fantastic Beasts.