Hustlers (2019)

One thing that you need to know about me. I love, and I mean love, Jennifer Lopez. From early performances in things like Selena to TV roles in Shades Of Blue to, of course, the music, J. Lo is someone who I have followed for pretty much my entire life, and that stands for the…

It Chapter Two (2019)

It feels like a very short two years ago that the 2017 remake of Stephen Kings It hit the big screen. I wonder how many of us at the time expected it to be as huge as it was? After release, the film very quickly became the highest grossing horror movie of all time, seemingly…

The Souvenir (2019)

Happy autumn everybody! Though the seasons may not have officially ‘turned’ yet, there are certainly enough clues to show me that pumpkin spice is coming. The kids are back at school, the temperature is ever so slightly dropping, and most excitingly for me, the promised tone and quality of film releases is on the rise.…

Hail Satan? (2019)

I don’t get the chance to review documentaries as much as I’d like to on Oh! That Film Blog, but with another slow week in terms of feature film releases, I thought I’d take the opportunity to have a look at something a little different. The online hype train for Hail Satan? had been choo-chooing…

Pain And Glory (2019)

Pedro Almodovar. Antonio Banderas. Penelope Cruz. All names that come immediately to mind whenever you are asked to think about the very best in Spanish cinema. Inn my mind, Almodovar’s distinctive, visionary filmmaking has come to be just as recognisable as the likes of Tarantino and Kubrick, with 2006’s Volver ranking among my favourite movies…

Good Boys (2019)

Shout out to all the parents out there struggling through the summer holidays. With August in full swing you are probably starting to run out of ideas for entertaining restless young ones before school comes back over the horizon. A trip to the cinema is always a safe bet, right? A couple of hours in…

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019)

In the world of cinema, my world at least, few things come with more anticipation and excitement than a new Quentin Tarantino release. From Pulp Fiction to Jackie Brown to the Kill Bills and more, I can honestly say that more than half of the man’s filmography probably ranks inside my top twenty five movies…