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Zehra Phelan

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Once failed wannabe actress, Ex-music industry veteran who once dabbled in Artist Management, and now Film Journalist extraordinaire. My love for the arts has seen my fingers in many pies but my love of Film won the battle. Current work credits include Film Editor at Flavourmag, Film Journalist/Writer at HeyUGuys, London Live's London Film Club and DIY Magazine. Previous work credits contributor at The Voice Newspaper, FlickFeast, MyFilmClub and film review slot on radio.

Coco Review

Disney team up yet again with Pixar for their latest cultural offering with a tremendous amount of heart and vibrancy. Director Lee Unkrich’s vision of spectacular colour embodies...

The Post Review

Steven Spielberg’s multi-layered rich visitation to the era of 1971, when women were still second-class citizens who had no place in the world of...

The Post Press Conference with Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Steven...

This week Hollywood Royalty, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, descended on London on a press tour of their latest film The Post....

Darkest Hour Review

Just a mere seven months after Brain Cox took the lead as Winston Churchill in Churchill, which covered the 96 hours before the Invasion of Normandy during...

All the Money in the World Review

If you are not already aware of Ridley Scott’s, based on a true story, All The Money in the World about the kidnapping of Oil Tycoon and Billionaire J.P....

The Greatest Showman Review

Musicals are not to the taste of many, but in The Greatest Showman, we get a grand old Christmas, feel-good fare of cheesy entertainment. A showcase,...

A Tour Around Limehouse with The Limehouse Golem

The streets of London are paved deep with history, none more so than those in East London. They have frequently been the setting for many a cinematic production from Johnny...

Pitch Perfect 3 Review

The aca-bella’s may be back for their tour de force with the third outing in the Pitch Perfect franchise, but the reality of stepping into the real world...

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

Robin Williams 1995 fantasy adventure, Jumanji, were players are sucked into a board game, was very much a part of a whole generations childhood,...

“It’s not about having power over men, it’s about having power...

January 1st, 2018, see’s the release of the brilliant Molly's Game in UK cinemas and surprising enough acclaimed screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin (A Few Good...

Wonder Review

There seems to be a theme running through child targeting movies over the past few weeks, first came Paddington’s return in the highly successful...

Suburbicon Review

George Clooney’s vision to address racial issues raised in the Coen Brothers original script is an admirable stance from the actor turned director who...

Daddy’s Home 2 Review

Christmas is looming, for Hollywood there’s no better time to churn out the inane sequel with a virtually unoriginal transparent plot repeating itself, lacking...

Justice League Review

After the phenomenal success of Patty Jenkins Wonder Woman, there was a glimmer of hope on the horizon for the Warner Bros DC universe...

Ingrid Goes West Review

In a world obsessed by followers and likes via social media platforms, people often hide behind a photo telling a story of their ideal...

Paddington 2 Review

Those who absolutely adored 2014’s outing of Paddington’s big screen adventure have nothing to fear for the Marmalade loving Peruvian bear and his return...

Paddington 2 Press Conference Highlights

Friday 3rd of November saw cast and filmmakers of Paddington 2 gather at London's The Shard for a Press Conference to chat about the...

Exclusive: Paddington 2 Interviews – Hugh Bonneville, Paul King and more

The cutest marmalade sandwich loving bear is back on November 10 in the follow up to his 2014 outing in Paddington 2. Writer/Director Paul King has...

Call Me By Your Name Review

Love is love no matter what gender it befalls; Luca Guadagino states this fact boldly and without repercussion in such a delightfully tender composition,...

Thor: Ragnarok Review

It’s been four years since the burly Norse god and friends last graced our screens, with a complete change in direction in a choice...

Exclusive Interview: Jim Sturgess on Geostorm

In this week’s release of Geostorm, Brothers Jake (Gerald Butler) and Max (Jim Sturgess) have to put aside their differences in order to save...

Marshall Review

Hard hitting courtroom drama it may not be, but this biopic of Thurgood Marshall, before he becomes the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, tantalizes...

Exclusive: Banter filled interview with Double Date’s Danny Morgan and Michael...

After taking this year’s Horror Channel Frightfest by storm, Danny Morgan’s hilarious horror/comedy Double Date, finally hit the cinemas on Friday the 13th of...

Double Date Review

Benjamin Barfoot’s directorial debut, Double Date went down a storm at this year’s Horror Channel Frightfest, boasting bloodthirsty gore, lots of fun and frivolity,...

Boy Review

Before Taika Waititi hit the big time with the wonderful Hunt for the Wilderpeople and subsequently taking the helm on the latest venture of...

The Mountain Between Us Review

Pretentious audiences turn away now; there is nothing to see here but a simple yet predictable survival love story which is pure unadulterated entertainment....

Exclusive: Idris Elba talks The Mountain Between Us, following his co-star...

Friday the 6th of October see's the release of the romantic survival film, The Mountain Between Us starring Idris Elba and Kate Winslet. With that...

Goodbye Christopher Robin Review

A.A. Milne, a poet, playwright and writer, rose to a new level of fame when the beloved series of Winnie the Pooh books were...

An Enchanted journey to Hundred Acre Wood for Goodbye Christopher Robin

Winnie the Pooh, has been a part of many glorious childhoods, beloved amongst children and adults worldwide over the years, his stories of adventure...

Victoria and Abdul Review

It’s not very often we see an actor reprise a role they so dutiful thrived in twenty years previous, except Dame Judy Dench, who...

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