Articles by Ellis Whitehouse

About Ellis Whitehouse (29 Articles)
I write a lot of stuff about film related wonders and publish them for others to read. Whether or not you like, dislike, loath, or love what I say is your destiny alone. Diversity of opinion is a wonderful thing and I love hearing other people's thoughts. (But I happen to be right.)


March 22, 2016 // 0 Comments

"'High-Rise' is an explosion in a delirium factory, deftly handling its class-war politics and has a lot on its mind regarding the nature of humans living in enclosed spaces." [...]

The Witch

March 22, 2016 // 0 Comments

"The Witch" is an exploration of minimalist tenure, with devotion to bleak atmosphere, period setting, and quietly unsettling scenes that will drive a lot of audiences out of the door because it’s not making them jump. [...]

The 5th Wave

January 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

Chloe Grace Moretz is stranded in a bland and pedestrian attempt to squeeze out another YA dystopian series walking a thoroughly demolished path. [...]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

December 18, 2015 // 2 Comments

"This is a film for the fans, plain and simple. The story arc brims with emotional resonance and the grounding nexus of family conflict..." [...]

Podcast – Star Wars: The Franchise

December 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

"Join George, Joey, Ellis, and Colin for a round-table discussion about Star Wars: The Franchise, the old, the new, and the 'forcecoming'." [...]


November 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

"The most impressive feature of 'Carol' is Todd Hayne’s attention to the period setting of the 1950s, and without distracting from the intimacy of the relationship." [...]

Black Mass

November 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

"As a film, the path it follows generally doesn’t stray far from a well-trodden path, and if it wasn’t for the caliber of the stars, it wouldn’t be as engaging as it is." [...]


October 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

"'Spectre' does not reach the pristine, fresh eloquence of 'Skyfall', but crafts a solid Bond entry that’s satisfyingly full to the brim with spectacle, professional action, and self-deprecating opulence." [...]
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