Looking back now, there are a number of reasons why the story was so dear to me, and why seeing a new rendition is just as important, if not more, to present-day-Carrie.
1,000 and Counting: Encanto (2021)
I finally cracked down and sat to watch it whilst visiting my sister in Bristol, and was in for a treat!
BFI Flare: Shiva Raichandani & Queer Parivaar (Interview)
This year, I was delighted to be invited to interview the incredible Shiva Raichandani about their new musical short film: Queer Parivaar. We also spoke about their appearance on Britain's Got Talent, and what inspires them in their creative work. Here's the full interview to listen to: Carrie Morrison chats with artist Shiva Raichandani at … Continue reading BFI Flare: Shiva Raichandani & Queer Parivaar (Interview)
Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein | 2017 | Review
(written by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, directed by Susan Stroman) Based on the original 1974 film, Mel Brooks' famous comedy tells the story of Dr. Frederik Frankenstein (Hadley Fraser), pronounced 'Fronk-on-steen', travelling to Transylvania to settle his grandfather's estate, where it is notorious for the murderous rampage of Frankenstein's monster. With the help of … Continue reading Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein | 2017 | Review
"Another openin', another blog." - Cole Porter (sort of) So this is where it begins. Again. To be completely honest with you, I am already a failed author of two other blogs; Watch Me Watch, a blog of me reviewing films, and The Bookworm that Blogs, where I reviewed (surprise, surprise!) books. Although that did … Continue reading The Prologue