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.)

The Hallow

October 14, 2015 // 0 Comments

"The film doesn’t escape some expected jump scares, but when the production surrounding those feels so rich and the build-up is presented with such dread, they still execute with a jerking brilliance." [...]


October 10, 2015 // 0 Comments

"It’s a gorgeous film to behold - Adam Arkapaw’s cinematography of the Scottish scenery is remarkably bleak and crisp, and there’s a cold, sharp aesthetic which fits the tone of the tragedy. The battle scenes are delivered with a speckle-flicked visual grandeur, with everything feeling suitably grim and gory." [...]


September 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

"Legend" provides stellar work from Tom Hardy; the film's production is lavish and provides cartoonish, surface level, gangster entertainment. [...]

#NeverForget – United 93: Revisited

September 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

"With his film, Paul Greengrass created the most respectful and accurate tributes to the passengers that sacrificed themselves for the safety of their fellow citizens." [...]

Ted 2

July 12, 2015 // 0 Comments

"'Ted 2' finds the way to latch on to both a thoughtful story and satirical bite." [...]
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