Eighth Grade (2018)

You know how much I hate it when the UK gets shafted by film releases and has to wait ages and AGES to see movies that have been out in the US for months? Well, Eighth Grade might just be the worst case of this for some time. With an initial release date of July…

Avengers: Endgame (2019)

WHAT IS THIS, I HEAR YOU SCREAM? Amy Andrews, of Oh! That Film Blog, writing an actual review of an actual proper Marvel movie? Let me tell you, kids, I’ve been on a pretty big adventure. After finally admitting that this is a pop culture footprint too large to be ignorant of, I set about…

Bel Canto (2018)

According to this very film blog, it has been more than a calendar year since I last saw Julianne Moore in a movie (Wonderstruck, if you were curious). I think we can all agree that this is far too long to go without enjoying one of Hollywood’s most talented stars, and even though Bel Canto…

Greta (2018)

Any long time reader of Oh! That Film Blog will know that I have an aversion to anything in cinema that is overly twee or quaint, and because of this, my instinctive love and fandom for Isabelle Huppert is nothing short of rampant. The iconic French actress has made a career out of revelling in…

Mid90s (2018)

I might be turning thirty at the end of this year, but one thing that I don’t think will ever change is the love that I have for coming-of-age stories. Whether in TV, film or literature, there is something about seeing those tumultuous, turbulent stages of a person’s life unfold that always manages to capture…

Wild Rose (2018)

It feels like only five minutes ago that the world was obsessed with A Star Is Born. I don’t know about you, but I can’t help but feel like Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s lovefest seems to have fallen off a cliff in terms of cultural footprint and longevity. With the exception of Shallow still…

Pet Sematary (2019)

It’s a pretty simple equation really. When someone mentions the words horror literature, you immediately think of Stephen King. The rightly proclaimed ‘king of horror’ has been responsible for some of the very best book to screen adaptations over the years from Carrie to The Shining to It, and he has even crossed genre boundaries…