The Girl on the Train: the most anticipated thriller of the year

The world oozed excitement on hearing that Paula Hawkins’s best selling thriller novel was being adapted for a film. Anticipating the translation of words to moving pictures many have been left disappointed at Tate Taylor’s version of The Girl on the Train. Having devoured the pages of her novel myself, I must admit critics have a… Read More The Girl on the Train: the most anticipated thriller of the year

‘Are you a player or a watcher?’ Nerve; the must see movie of the summer

For a while now, nothing at the cinema has been particularly striking. Nothing has broken boundaries or had the ability to leave a lasting impression on audiences, the very component that fuels the cinema industry. Nothing has impressed, until the release of  ‘Nerve’. With a fantastic combination of romance, modernization, and thrill, this movie has… Read More ‘Are you a player or a watcher?’ Nerve; the must see movie of the summer

Bjork bares her soul in the divisive Somerset House digital display

I had the opportunity to visit the anticipated Bjork Digital exhibition at Somerset House last week and I can only describe the experience as peculiar. Admittedly, I had never heard of the Icelandic singer, and thus had absolutely no idea what to expect behind the doors of the beautiful venue. What I did find, however, was… Read More Bjork bares her soul in the divisive Somerset House digital display