We move onto 1918 in our series of reviewing the highest-grossing film of each year. Last week we looked at Cecil B DeMille’s and Mary Pickford’s A Romance of the Redwoods. This week we move onto Mickey starring Mabel Normand. Due to only just watching more silent films this is
Soundtrack Tuesdays: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford review
Welcome to Soundtrack Tuesdays here at Upcoming on Screen. Every Tuesday we will review a soundtrack of a film in the past (hopefully we will get to review future soundtracks when films start coming out in cinemas again). But for now, we are going back in time. This week we
Horror films to watch starting with C
Welcome back to my series of effectively a massive list of horror films to watch. Last time out I wisely followed up A with B and now we come to C! Funny how that works! Without further ado, here are 13 horror films to watch beginning with the letter C.
Horror films to watch starting with B: Part 1
Welcome back to my series of effectively a massive list of horror films to watch. Last time out I wisely started with the letter A, so it makes all the sense that today B would be next. Funny how that works! Without further ado, here are 13 horror films to
Oscars 2020 nomination reaction
The nominations are out and we will have a lot to talk about over the coming month, but first let’s just get our first reactions and compare to how I prediction yesterday. Spoiler I am furious at the snubs that have happened here… Shall we? Best Picture Ford v Ferrari,
Modern trailers need a rethink
It has been an issue for years now, but for the majority of the time, trailers for upcoming films have been an utter shambles. There are a lot of gripes about them nowadays and almost once a week a poor trailer is released. Today we are going to talk about
Backseat writer, how to fix… Prometheus
In this series, we will be looking at films that if some things were changed then it could have been a truly great piece of cinema. First up was a film that I was so excited for and although I went home happy as I was willing and able to
Harvey Weinstein speaks ahead of trial: ‘I feel like the forgotten man’
Harvey Weinstein spoke before his trial stating that he feels as if he is the forgotten man in the history of cinema because he gave actresses and female directors their first shots in Hollywood. Our response and what everyone’s response should be to this? Diddums.