Kyle currently works as an editor and director at Epilogue Pictures and pursues writing and acting part-time. He has also had on set experience on Hollywood features and documentaries and enjoys Star Wars a heck of a lot.

Written by Kyle St John Peters

Parkland Review

Parkland is an eye-opening fly-on-the-wall account of the days surrounding the Kennedy assassination in November 1963. The opening handheld scenes blend very well with the vintage stock footage and put
By Kyle St John Peters on 17 Dec 2014

Non-Stop: Review

Non-Stop sees Liam Neeson back in familiar territory as Air Marshall Bill Marks. From the set-up, we gather that he’s hit some hard times and the last thing he probably
By Kyle St John Peters on 27 Nov 2014

Lone Survivor Review

Lone Survivor revolves around the true story of a small squad of US Navy Seals deployed onto a hillside in Afghanistan in 2005. In the village below is a key
By Kyle St John Peters on 27 Oct 2014

Old Boy Review

I’m not sure that I’m qualified to review this movie. Why? Well it’s certainly not because it’s so good that words cannot do it justice. It’s also not because it’s
By Kyle St John Peters on 19 Sep 2014

The LEGO Movie Review

Never have I felt so much joy and delight after watching a film. I‘ve felt many great things after watching some of my favourite films, things like awe and inspiration,
By Kyle St John Peters on 02 Sep 2014

Promised Land Review

Promised Land is a story written by its stars – Matt Damon and John Krasinksi. The modern tale revolves around two sales agents (Damon and McDormand) who enter a small
By Kyle St John Peters on 04 Nov 2013

Struck By Lightning Review

Struck By Lighting is the self starring, big screen writing debut of Glee actor Chris Colfer. In a way, this film could be his ‘Good Will Hunting’, a coming of
By Kyle St John Peters on 29 Oct 2013

Admission Review

Does the process of admissions into University sound like something that will drive you to the cinema? Probably not, but you might find more than you thought you’d get if
By Kyle St John Peters on 23 Oct 2013

The Intouchables Review

The Intouchables takes potentially heavy and melodramatic subject matter, and turns it on its head, providing one of the most uplifting and funny films of the past few years. The
By Kyle St John Peters on 14 Sep 2013

Warm Bodies Review

Warm Bodies is a fun, quirky and light romantic zombie film. It’s far more understated than previous entries in the rom-zom-com genre such as Shaun of the Dead, and instead
By Kyle St John Peters on 01 Sep 2013

The Impossible Review

Having somehow missed the original release of ‘The Impossible’ and not being able to comment on the tear-jerker’s reputation until now, I was pleasantly surprised to find a film of
By Kyle St John Peters on 01 Sep 2013

Star Trek Into Darkness Review

The last four years have been a long wait for the follow-up to the hugely successful and critically acclaimed JJ Abrams Star Trek prequel/reboot. Thankfully, Star Trek Into Darkness is
By Kyle St John Peters on 09 Jun 2013