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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.

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...

Edith Bowman, Keith Lemon and more join Lionsgate Live! A Night...

Beginning on Saturday 2nd May and continuing every Saturday for four consecutive weeks, Lionsgate UK will Livestream four of its most popular theatrical releases...

We Summon the Darkness Review

Despite the title, there is nothing supernatural about this fluffy horror, just a bit of a murder spree of predictable boredom. You don’t have to look...

How To Achieve Your Lockdown Zen with Blake Lively and Jude...

In these unprecedented times, whether you are couped up amongst screaming, bored kids or by yourself, your mental health and the ability to keep...

The Hunt Review

Despite its controversy and its Bone Tomahawk style violence, it has nothing to say, but it says it way too loudly. Initially set for release...

My Spy Review

Dave Bautista gets outsmarted by a child in an action-comedy that doesn't reinvent the wheel but delivers some cracking gags that will leave you...

Onward Review

Tom Holland and Chris Pratt make for a killer combo in Pixar's latest tear-jerking animation that will have you ugly crying. Pixar’s fascination with death...

The Invisible Man Review

Leigh Whannell kicks off the re-envisioned Monster Universe with a hyper-intense modern-twist on a classic story. These days it’s not hard to trip over a...

The Call of the Wild Review

Harrison Ford stars in The Call of the Wild, a shaggy dog tale that will melt your heart with a CGI dog that finds...

Discover the World of Harley Quinn at the ‘Birds of Prey’...

Warner Bros. Pictures invites the public to channel their inner Harley as they skate into the colourful world of Gotham as seen through the...

Spies in Disguise Review

Pure, honest to god entertainment oozes out of every feel-good moment. Who knew Will Smith as a pigeon would be a winning formula? Troy Quane...

Playing With Fire Review

The physical comedy could be just the remedy to wash down all those Christmas leftovers, but let's face it, it’s not going to burn the...

1917 Press Conference Highlights – Sam Mendes, George MacKay, Mark Strong,...

War films are ten a penny but every so often one comes along that will simply blow you away, not for its grandeur but...

Exclusive: Director Kasi Lemmons talks making ‘Harriet’ and working with Cynthia...

Considering Harriet Tubman was one of the most prominent and courageous women in the fight against slavery, her story has never made it to...

Le Mans ’66 Review

Buckle up and enjoy the ride, this one comes with a complete full-service history that corners like it's on rails. Soaked in blood, sweat and...

Last Christmas Review

For all its unoriginality there is something inherently likeable in this fondue mess. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, well almost thanks to Bridesmaids and...

Doctor Sleep Review

Stands on its own merits with a balancing act that stays faithful to the madness of The Shining but injects an air of horror...

Sorry We Missed You Review

Ken Loach is back on his socialist horse three years after I, Daniel Blake hit right at the heart of austerity Britain. Once again...

Delving into the Rude, Serious, Anarchic and Hilarious, Mark Searby highlights...

From the author of Al Pacino: The Movies Behind The Man, Film Critic and Broadcaster, Mark Searby delves into the world of a comic...