In this month's Blind Spot we dive into the French New Wave, with gorgeous sceneries, poetic dialogue, and a mesmerizing Brigitte Bardot: this is Le Mépris (1963).
In this week's Thursday Movie Picks, we look at some long-awaited movie sequels, or in my case, the ones I didn't see coming at all! Spoiler: Colin Firth.
For the month of June I picked Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory (1957) as my Blind Spot! This director's controversial anti-war movie approaches the themes of glory seeking and dehumanisation in times of war with his trademark aesthetics and dark humour.
Back with a new entry for book feature Top Ten Tuesday! This week, we explore bookish worlds we’d never want to live in. I could be persuaded to spend a night in a few of these (provided I would be safe at ALL times), but definitely no longer than that. Read on for some terrifying fictional places.
In John Krasinski's horror debut, a family has to be completely silent in order to survive. With a strong emotional core and a few effective jump scares, there's good chance you'll scream as much as you will cry watching A Quiet Place (2018).
In this week's Thursday Movie Picks we talk Twisty Thrillers! From classic Hitchcock suspense to Kubrick madness and dark comedies, read on for some of the craziest plot twists that had me frozen in confusion as the credits rolled.
Wether you are redecorating your home, looking for a new wallpaper or simply in the mood for some outer space aesthetics, I've got you covered. Here's some of the best Star Wars Fan Art I could find.
In this week's Thursday Movie Picks I search for the best Palme D'Or Winners from the Cannes Film Festival, that I am yet to see. Join me in adding some of the best movies ever made to your never ending watchlist.
In this week's Thursday Movie Picks we remember short lived TV Shows that deserved another shot. Starting in the late 90s, here's 8 TV Series across most genres (though let's face it, mainly sitcoms) that should've have been renewed for at least a second season.
For this week's Thursday Movie Picks I share five funny and iconic character meltdowns from some amazing movies - most of which are angry meltdowns because let's be honest, those are the best ones.
It’s true, readers - Returning Videotapes turns 7 today! After all these years of blogging, there's a few things I truly cherish from the experience. So here I am, sharing them with you on my blogiversary: The Seven Things I Love About Blogging!
We’re officially closing the book on last year with the Best Movies of 2017! As always, take the ranking with a gigantic grain of salt. Join me in celebrating 26 amazing films from all genres, with some terrific fan made posters on the side.
With awards season coming to an end, it's time to look at the biggest night of the year for movies: The 90th Academy Awards. So come on, let's talk Red Carpet moments, Best Dressed, the Ceremony, and the Winners!
Here we are, first weekend of a new month! Which means it’s time for another Suddenly, Last [Month] feature. Read on for all the movies (lots of Oscar nominees!) I saw and books I read in February 2018.
In this week's TMP we are celebrating the Oscars! By the end of March 4th, this Sunday, we'll know who takes home the gold and who leaves empty handed - and as always, we won't like all the results. Let's look at some other Best Picture nominated movies that I really wish would've won.
For February's Blind Spot I picked the classic Love With The Proper Stranger (1963), starring Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen as the romantic leads. But if you think this is just another classic romcom, think again! Mulligan's film deals with female independence, unwanted pregnancies, and the illusion of idealised love.