Fractured (2018) Review

Fractured (2018) Review

If you’re looking for an independent horror film to watch, the gripping, spooky, gory and unique ‘Fractured’ starring ‘Skins’ star April Pearson would make for a good choice. Sophie Cook reviews.

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How Every Element in the Final Sequence from ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ Works To Create A Wonderfully Disturbing Finale

How Every Element in the Final Sequence from ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ Works To Create A Wonderfully Disturbing Finale

How Anthony Minghella’s ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ borrows from Hitchcock and Film Noir to create a phenomenal and tense final sequence. Analysis by Sophie Cook.

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Fantasy Island (2020) Review

Fantasy Island (2020) Review

New Blumhouse fantasy-thriller-horror ‘Fantasy Island’ (2020) might be worth a watch if you’re a fan of Lucy Hale, but it won’t thrill fans of the genre quite like a ‘Get Out’. Sophie Cook reviews.

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Could ‘Frozen II’ Win Best Original Song? – Oscars 2020

Could ‘Frozen II’ Win Best Original Song? – Oscars 2020

“in the final “Into the unknown” in the chorus, [Elsa] goes so far past the safe notes, way into the enchanted forest. Here the chorus acts as a microcosm for the whole narrative.” – Sophie Cook on why “Into the Uknown” should win Best Original Song at the 2020 Oscars.

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Baz Luhrmann’s Iconic Postmodern Trilogy: An Exploration

Baz Luhrmann’s Iconic Postmodern Trilogy: An Exploration

Baz Luhrmann exercises postmodernism in his work through his instantly recognisable work in adaptation and reimagining, including in his three most iconic pieces, a postmodern trilogy explored by Sophie Cook.

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