Rebecca Reviews

The Haunting of Bly Manor (2020)

Let me start by saying I thoroughly I enjoyed this follow-up season of ‘The Haunting’ series. There is so much to unpack, and to do so without spoilers will be difficult but I will give it my best shot. Once powering through the nine episodes this season holds, I did as I always do and…

Knives Out (2019)

I have desparately tried to avoid any spoilers writing this review as this is a movie I fully recommend people watch without any prior knowledge. So this is a safe place to read for some spoiler-free insight before diving into the world Rian Johnson created on screen. Johnson created near enough a masterpiece with this…

The King (2019)

**SPOILER WARNING** I wasn’t initially going to watch this movie. I love historical drama films, however I’d seen one too many from Netflix by this point that it was only on a cold night when I was alone and bored that I figured I would give it a go. Timothee Chalamet had always received some…

Ad Astra (2019)

I have meant to review this movie for a while now, but I never knew where to start. Looking online at Rotten Tomatoes critics, they seem to think rather highly of this movie giving it a whopping 84%. The audience seem to disagree, with their rating being a lower 40%. I have to agree with…

Entertainment of the Decade

2020 is a brand new year, bringing with it the highs and lows of brand new entertainment. Through the past 10 years, together everyone has experienced global sensations such as Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, the new Star Wars trilogy, an awfully large amount of Marvel media and brand new musical artists springing out…

IT Chapter 2 Review (Contains Spoilers)

With IT Chapter Two having just recently hit cinemas here in the UK, I figured it was finally time to get the blog I had been thinking of creating for years underway. I warn you, there will be spoilers and this will be long. Following in the footsteps of IT was always going to be…

First Post

Send out a cheerful, positive greeting, and most of the time you will get back a cheerful, positive greeting. It’s also true that if you send out a negative greeting, you will, in most cases, get back a negative greeting.Zig Ziglar It has taken me a lot of time to actually work up the courage…

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