REVIEW: Tolkien

This biopic based on the early life of acclaimed author J.R.R. Tolkien is fascinating when it concentrates on the author’s fascination with language but it feels a stretch too far to make his ideas with regards to Lord of the Rings coming from his experiences of World War One. Filled with vivid imagery and intelligent… Read More

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Review Round Up: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Zac Efron plays serial killer Ted Bundy in Joe Berlinger’s film out now. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: ** “Efron is clever casting, the most startling since Tony Curtis became The Boston Strangler in the 1968 film. He is a queasily parodic hottie. But I found something questionable and obtuse… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Film Picks of the Month: May 2019

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of the best films being released this month… Tolkien: this new film based on the early life The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit author is directed by Dome Karukoski and written by David Gleeson and Stephen Beresford. Released on the 3rd May, the film stars… Read More

REVIEW: Giant Little Ones

This refreshing and intelligent coming-of-age story is compelling to watch from beginning to end. As any adult can testify being a teenager can be a hard emotional time in our lives in an attempt to make the transition between childhood and adult as easy as possible. But as this honest and engaging film reveals, it… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s 4th Anniversary Picks!

April the 22nd 2015 is the exact day when Love London Love Culture first came online – Emma Clarendon selects her favourite memories from the last four years! 2015: Attending the press night of Close to You: this was the first big press night I ever attended on behalf of LLLC and it was such… Read More

First Impressions…The Lion King

The first full length trailer for the live-action remake of the classic Disney film has been released. Here’s a few thoughts on it… Drama and spectacle are two words that automatically spring to mind when you first watch this trailer for this remake of the classic animated film. But behind this – can audiences hope… Read More

PREVIEW: Unrestricted View Film Festival 2019

Details of the 2019 Unrestricted View Film Festival have been released ahead of the festival running from the 23rd to the 28th April. The North London based Unrestricted View Film Festival has announced its 2019 programme for its fourth year. Launched in 2016, the festival continues to expand with the opening night film to be… Read More

NEWS: Backyard Cinema Announce Latest Experience

The Backyard Cinema will bring the spirit of L.A to Camden’s Roundhouse over the Summer. From the 18th July, Backyard Cinema will be transforming Camden’s Roundhouse into L.A.’s legendary Venice Beach complete with giant palm trees, a retro beach bar,  and a sea of giant bean bags on the sand. The cinema screenings will include… Read More

REVIEW: Dumbo

Tim Burton’s new take on the animated classic captures a the darker side to the story filled with corruption – but is still surprisingly heartfelt. When it was originally announced that Tim Burton was going to be directing this live action version of Dumbo, it would be easy to see why some people may have… Read More

First Impressions of…Toy Story 4

A brand new trailer has been released for the eagerly anticipated new film in the series. As one of the most eagerly anticipated animated films of 2019, it would be fair to say that this new full length trailer certainly adds to the excitement and anticipation. Back for a new adventure, Toy Story 4 looks… Read More