Nathan decided to take a gap year after completing his A-Levels (Media Studies, English Language & Literature and Drama & Theatre Studies) to gain some journalism and media experience before making the next step. In that time, he has continued to run his blog - PerksOfBeingNath - which is now approaching its second anniversary and crammed in as many cinema visits as humanly possible. Like a parent choosing their favourite child, he refuses to pick a favourite film but admits that it is currently a tight race between Gone Girl and La La Land. Self-admitted novice on cinema of the past and always open to suggestions. http://perksofbeingnath.blogspot.co.uk
The Family I Had is a sensitively-crafted and thoughtful documentary, utterly harrowing in its depiction of a family's tragedy, but all the more powerful
The Killing of a Sacred Deer is an exploration of revenge and retribution, with one of the most brutal endings you will ever lay
Matthew Vaughn's sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle is narratively unfocused but still contains enough excitement to keep you invested.
Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool is not a faultless affair, but the central love story and performances make up for its minor flaws.
At times mysterious and intoxicating, Holy Terrors is an above average supernatural horror anthology - but it most definitely has its flaws.
Blade Runner 2049 may be acclaimed by critics and cinephiles alike, but why did the general audience fail to love it as much?
Jungle suffers from a poor script and awkward pacing and editing, resulting in a film that unfortunately wastes the talents of those involved.
Maybe it's slightly too long and loses focus on a handful of occasions, but Kingdom of Us is a vital watch, carrying a real
Despite belonging in the overdone sub-genre of found footage, Hell House LLC manages to just stand out amongst the masses.