The Movie Partnership

Screened Out (Documentary Review)

No matter who you are, you will find something relatable and alarming about the new documentary Screened Out. Smartphone addiction has been called a more dire threat to Americans than obesity, and in his new work, Writer/Director Jon Hyatt enlists the help of numerous experts ... Read More

Tilt (Movie Review)

A bleak tale inspired by the endless pursuit of the American Dream, and originally released in the USA in 2018, Psychological Thriller Tilt arrived to download across all major digital platforms in the UK on November 25th, 2019, thanks to The Movie Partnership. In Los ... Read More

Elizabeth Harvest (Movie Review)

Boredom and curiosity are not a girl’s best friend! Leave any and all preconceived notions at the door when you dig into Elizabeth Harvest, a sinister new Thriller that initially premiered at 2018’s South by Southwest Film Festival. Thereafter the film made a theatrical appearance ... Read More

Solis (Movie Review)

One day, space travel and working in space will be commonplace. No one will even bat an eye when a person tells that space is their workplace. Still, it is such a vast emptiness filled with terrifying obstacles that if the worst case scenario occurs, ... Read More

I Think We’re Alone Now (Movie Review)

Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning join forces for the brand-new post-apocalyptic Drama I Think We’re Alone Now, which arrives to digital download in the UK on Monday, November 19, 2018, thanks to The Movie Partnership and was released in the North American market on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital ... Read More

The Super (Movie Review)

Home is where a person goes to feel safe. Nothing bad is ever supposed to happen within the shelter of those walls. Home can also be defined as where the family is present. There is nothing more natural than a parent – a father in ... Read More