Director/co-writer Guillermo Del Toro’s latest, an adaptation of William Lindsay Gresham’s book that was also made into the 1947 film directed by Edmund Goulding and which starred… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “Nightmare Alley” (2021)”
The fifth instalment in the popular horror franchise – the first instalment not to have been directed by series mainstay Wes Craven – sees the town of… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “Scream” (2022)”
Another two films for me to talk about today – one a new globetrotting action film, the other being the fourth film in a popular animated franchise… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “The 355” (2022) and “Hotel Transylvania: Transformania” (2022)”
Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical film revolves around young Buddy (Jude Hill), an ordinary and perfectly happy young boy living in Belfast with his mum (Caitríona Balfe) and dad… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom’s thoughts on . . . “Belfast” (2021)”
Featuring mini reviews of Last Night in Soho, The Harder They Fall, Army of Thieves, Cinderella, Eternals, Vivo, Boss Level, The Simpsons in Plusaversary, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Spencer, Far From the Tree, Encanto and King Richard. Plus 2021 Television and The Best of the Rest.
Featuring mini reviews of Our Ladies, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Respect, Copshop, Malignant, The Many Saints of Newark and No Time to Die. Plus the Best of the Rest.
Featuring mini reviews of The Suicide Squad, Stillwater, Jungle Cruise, Another Round, Free Guy, Don’t Breathe 2, The Courier, Reminiscence, The Night House and Candyman. Plus 2021 Television and The Best of the Rest.
Featuring mini reviews of Rocks, The Boys in the Band, Saint Maud, Hubie Halloween, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Black Box, The Lie, Evil Eye and Nocturne.
In writer/director Rose Glass’ film, Morfydd Clark plays the part of Maud: a quiet, introverted, pious and God-fearing young woman who, while searching for her true calling… Read more “Plain, Simple Tom reviews . . . “Saint Maud” (2019)”