Hel Harding-Jones

Cinephile. Empath Demon. Wonder Woman. Bookworm. Lover of beetroot. I enjoy all aspects of film but especially Horror, World Cinema, and Silent/Studio-era Hollywood.

My Content

Selah and The Spades Review

Princess Selah rules the roost at Haldwell

The Miracle Worker Review

Arthur Penn's heartfelt biopic about the early life on Helen Keller and her teacher, miracle worker, Anne Sullivan

Babyteeth Review

Milla brings the wholly inappropriate Moses home to meet her parents

Animals Review

Aren't you scared of becoming too civilian?

The Party's Just Beginning Review

Liusaidh struggles to cope with life after losing her best friend

LFF 2019: Burning Cane Review

Helen must attempt to save her only son from himself

The Bells of St. Mary's Review

The bells of St. Mary's. Ah, hear they are calling

LFF 2018: Make Me Up Review

Deconstructing the beauty myth, reconsidering art history, and dismantling the patriarchy has never looked so good

Anchor and Hope Review

Two girls. One guy. A boat and a syringe

Sicilian Ghost Story Review

A fantastical and visually impressive coming-of-age drama that will linger

The Piano Review

The heart asks pleasure first