A film about a man driving to London at night while discussing concrete shouldn't be this good. But when that man is Tom Hardy, there is nothing to worry about. You should really go into this film knowing as little as possible, and so I will give away as little as possible. But I would … Continue reading Locke


Hugely anticipated by me (and many others, I imagine) due not only to the subject matter, but also the directorial debut of Wally Pfister, longtime collaborator on the films of Christopher Nolan. The premise upon which the film is based certainly has a lot of potential. Technology and the internet  play such an important role in our … Continue reading Transcendence