Let’s talk about Star Trek: Voyager. I wrote some of my dissertation on Voyager, and I still maintain that it is one of the most progressive series of all time, and certainly one of the most progressive Star Trek series. We are all aware of how ground breaking and ceiling shattering the original Star Trek […]
This week, I went to the cinema twice. Considering I’ve only been to the cinema four times in the past year (two of those visits were this week), that’s a pretty incredible achievement for me.
I definitely should have seen this film before last week. I bought it (on a DVD no less!) over a month ago, and finally sat down to watch it last week. First things first, ‘Under The Skin’ (Jonathan Glazer, 2014) is proof that the U.K. film industry has not breathed its last breath.
Everyone has an opinion on Mad Max: Fury Road. There’s probably more written about its feminist message than there was about Fincher’s Gone Girl when that came out last year. And there was a LOT about Gone Girl.
A small deviation from my usual screen reviews, as The Handmaids Tale is actually a book. I’ve been told only bad things about the film adaptation, but I felt there was a great deal that needed to be discussed. Who knows, maybe book reviews will become a semi-regular occurrence on Femphile!