Only the Animals

A woman disappears in the mountains of France – and it’s her death that links several people in the very dramatic French film ‘Only the Animals.’ The opening shot in this film is of a black man with a goat…

The Assistant Review

What happens if your boss is molesting women in his office, an office that is right behind where you sit? This is the dilemna Jane (Julia Garner) faces in the new film ‘The Assistant.’ Jane is an assistant to the…

Rebel Empire

If you want workout and lounging around garments that look fantastic, feel great and look sexy then look up a Fab-ulous British brand called Rebel Empire. Rebel Empire have clothing for people who do not care about what others think!…

Moffie Review

It’s 1981 South Africa, a time when the country was still at the height of apartheid, and blacks were not the only class of people who were discriminated against, homosexuals didn’t have it easy either. In the new amazing film…

Ravers 2020 Review

Hey, want to forget all that is happening in our world and go to a Rave? Well, perhaps the new film ‘Ravers’ is for you. Why attend an online rave on Zoom where all you see are faces when you…

Vivarium Review

Imagine being trapped, held against your will, in a house and a neighbourhood that is weird and creepy. Actually that’s our reality right now, but take it one step further and imagine that there is simply no escape – and…

And Then We Danced Review

Georgia, where the LGBT population still face challenges, is the setting of the gay love story ‘And Then We Danced,’ which is very good thanks to a great script, and great directing and acting. Swedish director Levan Akin’s (he is…

Spy Plays Review

Intrigue. Attraction. Mystery. Lust. Sex. Murder. These are the themes surrounding two plays rolled into one and called ‘Spy Plays’ now at the Above the Stag Theatre. David Thame’s ‘Kompromat’ and ‘London/Budapest‘ are shown together for the first time, and…

The Prince of Egypt Review

Dreamworks’s animated 1998 film ’The Prince of Egypt’ comes to life at the Dominion Theatre. With music and lyrics by veteran composer Stephen Schwarz, and directed by his son Scott Schwartz, ‘The Prince of Egypt’ faithfully follows the film in…

La Cage (Theatre)

When you walk into a theatre and you see that the set is a grand staircase leading into a living room with a large statue of David and various photos of men and drag queens on the wall you know…