Friday 28 April 2023

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry


After receiving a letter from an old colleague who has moved into a hospice, Harold Fry, in his late 60s, spontaneously decides to walk from his home in South Devon to Berwick-upon-Tweed to visit his friend. This is the start of a both an eye-opening journey full of heart-warming moments and a reflective walk through Harold’s memories and personal losses. Either way you look at it, Harold Fry is a sentimental and somewhat uplifting tearjerker that feels oh so very British.

Full review can be read HERE on Filmhounds.

Thursday 20 April 2023

How to Blow Up a Pipeline


Best friends Xochitl and Theo, having grown up together next to an oil refinery, have each suffered pain and loss; Xochitl’s mum dying in a heatwave and Theo being diagnosed with leukaemia. Disillusioned with the lack of action taken towards oil companies, Xochitl proposes a more radical and disruptive move. Bringing together a group of strangers, all with their own reasons for taking part, the group plan to blow up an oil pipeline in West Texas. But it isn’t long before one the members in the group is compromised.

Full review over at Filmhounds HERE.

Monday 17 April 2023


In a world where androids (SIMS) and humans coexist, the former in more domestic and care giving roles. Having already pulled the plug on her husband after a tragic accident, artist Faye debates whether to do the same for his SIM counterpart. Instead, she sends him to live illegally on his own. There he meets the radical Casey, a programmer who believes that all SIMS should be free, helping them become more human by hacking their systems. And hunting both of them down is Artificial Intelligence Compliance Enforcement agent Kessler, who has suffered his own tragic loss at the hands of a SIM, is trying to stop a global event that will alter SIMS forever.

Full review over at Filmhounds HERE

Thursday 6 April 2023

Interview with director Andrew Legge


Director and writer of a series of award-winning shorts, Andrew Legge makes his feature film debut with LOLA. He took the time to chat with Filmhounds about all the aesthetics of old machinery, twisting the concept of the mad scientist and the pros and cons of making a found footage film.

Full interview over at Filmhounds HERE