Hi, I'm Sneh (think "snake" without the "k"- I'm not snakey though).
I'm a UCL Classics grad working in film PR, and fancy myself a bit of a film critic. I'll leave it up to you to decide whether I'm a good one.
*TNS Film Editor*
Michael B. Jordan's back with a bang in the first Creed II trailer
Boxing never looked so good...
TV Review: Atlanta (Season 1, Episodes 7 & 8)
One of the most innovative 20 minutes of television ever.
Aml Ameen talks working with Idris and going method for Yardie
''There is not enough work in England for people that don’t fit a particular description.''
The London Indian Film Festival 2018 promises a diverse and boundary-breaking line-up
With a focus on female filmmakers and LGBTQ+ stories, LIFF 2018 is definitely worth checking out!
Sundance Film Festival 2018: Yardie review - Aml Ameen shines in directorial debut from Idris Elba
Is there anything Idris Elba can't do?!
Win the ultimate Ocean's 8 bundle - perfect for a quick getaway!
Win this exclusive Ocean's 8 prize bundle to style out your getaway like Rihanna!
Cameron Post director Desiree Akhavan talks casting Chloe Moretz and the cool kids at Sundance 2018
I think the fear everyone had going in was, 'Would Chloe have swagger?'
Sundance Film Festival 2018: The Miseducation of Cameron Post review - a nuanced and delicate portrayal of gay teen life
Chloë Grace Moretz? Acting? It's more likely than you think!
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, A Star is Born, The Sisters Brothers, and White Boy Rick trailers drop
Bradley Cooper replaced Jennifer Lawrence with ... Lady Gaga. It's about as weird as it sounds.
You aren't ready for Steve McQueen's 'Widows' trailer
The list of stars in this film will blow your mind before you even watch the trailer!
Sundance Film Festival 2018: Eighth Grade review - a reverent portrayal of teenage troubles
This film is well deserving of the Audience Choice award it won!
Sundance Film Festival 2018: An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn review - kooky comedy misses the mark
Who the f*** is Beverly Luff Linn?!
Sundance Film Festival 2018: The Tale review - as clever as it is harrowing
A deeply moving and brilliant piece of filmmaking.
Sundance Film Festival 2018: Half the Picture review - essential documentary that shouts #TimesUp from the rooftops
#TimesUp on women not getting the same opportunities as men.
TV Review: King Lear
'Nothing can come of nothing,' but only great things can come of Anthony Hopkins as Lear!
Solo: A Star Wars Story review - I was right to have a bad feeling about this...
Why would you cast Donald Glover and then only put him in five minutes of your film?!