The 2nd of April is World Autism Day and I thought it would be a great idea to share some of my favourite films that I relate to as an autistic person.
Dust-repellent paper, flying cars, and boxing robots are apparently a thing of both the past and the future…
Today, Alice Guy-Blaché is a celebrated figure in film as a pioneer of the art form. Yet for many decades, Alice’s work as a filmmaker was erased from history.
Truth Seekers is a comedy horror series laden with intrigue and witty delivery.
The critically acclaimed Crazy Head (2016) was beloved by audiences and primed for another season. Yet, it’s something that never came to fruition.
Bill and Ted Face the Music is far from heinous, instead comprising a wholesome tale that retains the same charm as the earlier instalments. Reeves and Winter reprise their roles as the lovable lugheads in a most excellent way.