Anya Taylor-Joy

Emma. (2020)

I wouldn’t call myself a Jane Austen fan. With my inherent ability to avoid classics, I haven’t picked any of her books up. I do however love the 2005 version of Pride & Prejudice with all my heart. So when I saw that Emma. was available online after spending so little time in the theatres, […]

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Split (2016)

I recommend turning around in case you have not seen Split, because I’m going to spit out spoilers around every corner. It’s going to happen. I can not not do it without spoilers. So go ahead, leave now before I ruin the fundamental key element of cinematic brilliance that Split just created to every movie lover […]

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The Witch (2015)

Last week I decided to step out of my comfort zone and went to see The Witch. Filled with folklore elements, witches and intriguing characters, The Witch was good. Though, it felt like something that was in my comfort zone, rather than something very scary which I was secretly expecting from it.

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