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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.

Fast and Furious 9 Review

Here we are, on the 20th anniversary of the release of the very first in the Fast and Furious franchise comes the ninth instalment....

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Review

Selma Hayek, Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson return for more ludicrous, outlandish and foul-mouthed japery in the sequel to the 2017 action-comedy The...

A Quiet Place 2 Review

It’s been a long time coming, in fact, it’s just over a year since John Krasinski’s horror baby and sequel to the critical and...

Rare Beasts Review

When you hear about Billie Piper’s Rare Beasts, you’ll also hear the term anti-rom-com banded about not far behind. Whilst this is, in fact,...

Without Remorse Review

Sicario 2 director Stefano Sollima teams up with Michael B. Jordan for the latest in franchise fodder inspired by Tom Clancy’s 1993 bestseller. It’s...

Chaos Walking Review

Filmmaker Doug Liman is back with a sci-fi YA adaptation that should have been firmly left on the bookshelf. A dull plodder where misogynistic...

The Mauritanian Review

Award-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald, best known for ‘The Last King of Scotland’ and the 2018 Whitney Houston documentary ‘Whitney’ returns to the big screen...

Judas and the Black Messiah Review

Director Shaka King tackles the true story of the slain Black Panther activist, Fred Hampton, through the eyes of the treachery within the ranks...

How to Stop a Recurring Dream Review

It’s not an easy leap to jump from directing commercials and music video’s to feature-length films, but Ed Morris takes that leap of faith...

Coming 2 America Review

30 years after Eddie Murphy brought Prince Akeem of Zamunda to life in the classic comedy Coming To America, Murphy reprises the role in...

Raya and the Last Dragon Review

Disney, once again, wins on the diversity and originality stakes. This time, in Raya and the Last Dragon, the house of mouse bangs home...

Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar Review

Teaming up for the first time since Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo not only star but co-wrote this shipwreck of overblown drivel. A...

Bliss Review

You would have thought Director Mike Cahill would be the best qualified to bring a mind-bending sci-fi caper to life with the likes of...

The Dig Review

Don’t be fooled by the digging and the dirt, this Netflix feature is one of those rare hidden gems just waiting to be unearthed....

Sexy movies to watch with your partner on Valentine’s day

When putting this list together I didn’t want to go down the whole lovey-dovey route, I’m not a big fan of Valentine’s Day or...

Blithe Spirit Review

A cheap version of Death Becomes Her that has all the humour of a dead wet fish. A revival of a Noel Coward play, one...

Wonder Woman 1984 Review

Never have we needed a blockbuster as much as we do right now in 2020!, Something big, bold and bloody explosive to break up...

Godmothered Review

A modern-day Elf for feminists, whilst enjoyable for its escapism, won’t be turning any frogs into princes any time soon. It wouldn’t be a festive...

Uncle Frank Review

A drama full of mental turmoil, whilst having a bucket load of charm, threatened to drown in a subject just tad water-downed for mainstream...

A Christmas Gift From Bob Review

Four years on since that furry little bundle of joy, Bob, stole the nation’s hearts in A Street Cat Named Bob, he returns for...

Interview: Cassius Corrigan on making psychologocial drama ‘HURACÁN’

Who thought mental illness and MMA would gel so perfectly together in a movie? Well, writer/director/producer and leading man of the psychological drama 'HURACÁN'...

One Night in Miami Review – London Film Festival 2020

Regina King makes her directorial debut with the latest in great black cinema, an adaptation of Kemp Powers' 2013 play marking a pivotal night...

Supernova Review – London Film Festival 2020

British director, Harry MacQueen has melancholy on point, first with Hinterland, now with a beautiful and tender love story in which dementia dictates the...

Mangrove Review – London Film Festival 2020

Steve McQueen kicks of his Small Axe Anthology with a whirlwind force of nature, a poignant, eloquent and electrically charged hotbed of British stark...

The Forty-Year-Old Version Review

When life gives Radha Blank lemons, she makes lemonade and sticks two fingers up those who use age to stop you doing what makes...

Les Miserables Review

Ladj Ly's feature directorial debut clings to the provocative nature of La Haine with empathy and ferocity. It may have the same title as Victor...

Tenet Review

Christopher Nolan's mind-bending melting pot of confusion is a visually epic phenomenon, but its vagueness and headache-inducing storyline leave a sour taste. It’s the film...

An American Pickle Review

Seth Rogen takes on a double role in his latest Jew-baiting comedy, full of all-knowing comedy of the crunchy satirical type. Simon Rich has adapted...

How To Build A Girl Review

Caitlin Moran’s witty wordsmith wonder unleashes a whirlwind of ambitious thunder in Beanie Feldstein with a joyful trip to the 90s' sticking one finger...

Channel 4’s 2-Part Documentary ‘The School That Tried To End Racism’...

During our current climate, it's difficult not to engage in the conversation of global racism. From the USA where it rears its ugly head...