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Let’s Sort This Shizz Out #2 The Prada Poop

Girl Talk | 15/08/2017

They say there is nothing that holds more mystery than a woman’s handbag. Mine’s less mysterious, more gross in fact I’d go as far to say I wouldn’t recommend going into mine in fear of having your hand bitten off by a mouldy sandwich (it’s been known) My nan’s being going on at me for …keep reading

Sorting This Shizz Out #1 The Pool of Pee

Girl Talk | 14/08/2017

If there was ever a talent I never thought I’d be so grateful for it’s this- I CAN POO ANYWHERE! Not necessarily by choice but over the past year I’ve managed to drop the chocs everywhere from a rancid blocked train toilet to the five star rest rooms of Claridges mid press conference. With the …keep reading

Love, loss and the glamourous realisation that you will be geriatric Mother…

Girl Talk | 13/07/2017

There’s no denying that your body getting older is pretty pants. I’m not talking the difference between being 16 and stick thin to being 35 with crows feet but that middle stage in the twenties when you wake up one morning and suddenly realise crap, my hangovers are a thousand times worse than they used …keep reading

REVIEW: JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2

Film | 16/02/2017

First off, let me tell you a secret – I did not see the original. Yes, yes… I am that horribly irritating person who asks ‘so… quick one… who’s he and what’s he done?’ DURING the movie – I’m sorry! Apparently it’s a cult classic. Who knew, right? (Everyone did) Now that minor confession is …keep reading

Review: Planetarium

Film | 09/11/2016

Pretty and pleasing, Rebecca Zlotowski’s supernatural period piece Planetarium is a stunning spectacle for the senses. One thing to say about Zlotowski’s film is that it’s pretty, oh so very pretty.  It takes two stunning actresses – Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp – throws them in 1930’s France, costumes them beautifully, splits the dialogue between French …keep reading

Nocturnal Animals – London Film Festival Premiere

Film, Interviews | 09/11/2016

Visually stunning cinematography, witty and gripping script, fast-paced narrative – it’s hard to know where to begin with fashion designer turned director / screenwriter Tom Ford’s latest offering- Nocturnal Animals It’s glitzy, it’s glamorous, it’s gritty.. and that was just the red carpet 😉 Witnessing him his most grotesque role to date I was keen …keep reading

Arrival- UK Premiere & Press Conference

Film, Interviews | 09/11/2016

Aliens exist, they’re here, they’ve landed and their intentions are unclear. There have been countless attempts at alien movies over the years – good, bad and ugly. Upon first impression it was unclear as to which way director Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival was going to go – a modern Close Encounters of the Third Kind or …keep reading

Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Film | 04/10/2016

Bravery, brutality and a test of blind faith – Mel Gibson’s directorial comeback Hacksaw Ridge carries him back to safety at the Venice Film Festival. Gibson’s first film in ten years tells the story of Desmond Doss, a young skinny lad from Virginia who, due to his father’s (Hugo Weaving) violent and alcoholic depression from …keep reading

Review: Nocturnal Animals

Film | 12/09/2016

Visually stunning cinematography, witty and gripping script, fast-paced narrative – it’s hard to know where to begin with fashion designer turned director / screenwriter Tom Ford’s latest offering. It’s glitzy, it’s glamourous, it’s gritty. Susan (Amy Adams) appears to have it all – owner of an LA art gallery, a fully staffed home, a ludicrously …keep reading

Review: Arrival

Film | 12/09/2016

Aliens exist, they’re here, they’ve landed and their intentions are unclear. There have been countless attempts at alien movies over the years – good, bad and ugly. Upon first impression it was unclear as to which way director Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival was going to go – a modern Close Encounters of the Third Kind or …keep reading