Olivia Hill

I am a digital media intern from Scotland living in London who loves everything film related! You will most likely find me in the cinema or bingeing the latest Netflix series! You can follow me on Twitter @OliviaHill96.

My Content

Little Women Review

Greta Gerwig brings Louisa May Alcott's Little Women back to life - available to buy digitally from 11 May and on disc from 25 May

The Invisible Man Review

What you can't see can hurt you

Emma. Review

Autumn de Wilde brings Jane Austen's Emma back to life in her directorial debut.

Honey Boy Review

Shia LaBeouf plays a version of his own father in the semi-autobiographical film, Honey Boy.

Heimat is a Space in Time Review

Documentary maker Thomas Heise provides a rare insight into the lives of his ancestors.

Harriet Review

One extraordinary woman's journey

Marriage Story Review

Marriage Story follows Nicole and Charlie as they navigate their way through the rocky journey of separation.

A Good Woman is Hard to Find Review

A young mother goes to great lengths to protect her children after her husband is murdered

The Beach Bum Review

Matthew McConaughey is the easy going writer, Moondog, in Harmony Korine's The Beach Bum

A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon Review

Shaun and the gang go on an extra terrestrial adventure when a new face turns up at Mossy Bottom Farm.

The Goldfinch Review

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Donna Tartt, The Goldfinch follows Theo Decker and how he makes his way in the world following a terrorist attack.

Night Hunter Review

A lieutenant, a police profiler and a vigilante track the movements of a serial killer after multiple women are abducted.

Sprinter Review

Sprinter follows Akeem Sharp as he pursues his talent for running while battling family and personal struggles along the way

A Minuscule Adventure Review

A Miniscule Adventure sees a ladybug go on the journey of a lifetime after getting shipped across the world to a Caribbean island.

A Million Little Pieces Review

A Million Little Pieces follows the journey of James Frey, a struggling drug addict, who makes his way through a rehabilitation programme.

Killers Anonymous Review

Killers Anonymous is Martin Owen's latest crime thriller flick which follows a support group for those who kill.