• Glass

    Glass Review

    Thursday, January 17, 2019

    Good vs bad – it’s the staple ingredient of any superhero movie. Personally, I’d take interesting over both – which is exactly what M Night Shyamalan’s offers up in his latest film, Glass.

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  • The Favourite Review

    Tuesday, January 1, 2019

    It ain’t always easy being the favourite. But Yorgos Lanthimos’ makes light of this in his hotly tipped new film The Favourite.

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  • Welcome to Marwen

    Welcome to Marwen Review

    Tuesday, January 1, 2019

    Robert Zemeckis, the man behind such brilliant family films as Back to the Future and Forrest Gump, may have created the first fetish friendly family film with to helm Welcome to Marwen.

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  • Assassination Nation Review

    Friday, November 23, 2018

    If you want a glimpse into what our tory engineered ‘no-deal’ brexit might look like, why not take a look at filmmaker Sam Levinson’s splendidly wild, post dystopian Assassination Nation.

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  • Suspiria

    Suspiria Review

    Friday, November 16, 2018

    Recycling is so hot right now and Hollywood’s latest remake du jour – Dario Argento’s cult horror classic, Suspiria – even manages to recycle a famous name by casting Don Johnson and Melanie Griffiths kid Dakota in the lead role.

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  • Widows Review

    Monday, November 5, 2018

    Widows is Steve McQueen’s first film since his oscar winning 12 Years a Slave, and signals his intent to bring important issues and arthouse style into mainstream cinema.

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  • Overlord

    Overlord Review

    Monday, November 5, 2018

    I remember the first trailer I saw for JJ Abrams’ impressive looking new film Overlord. Unfortunately, looks – as well as film trailers – can be deceiving.

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  • Peterloo

    Peterloo Review

    Friday, November 2, 2018

    Mike Leigh’s much-lauded Peterloo comes to the cinema this month, focussing on an important but seemingly neglected chapter in English history.

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  • Utoya: July 22

    Utoya: July 22 Review

    Friday, October 26, 2018

    Erik Poppe’s new film, Utoya: July 22 recounts the horrifying events of the terrorist attack in Norway on July 22nd, 2011.

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  • An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn Review

    Tuesday, October 23, 2018

    Jim Hosking’s offbeat second feature, An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn, will no doubt have its fans and will, in all probability, develop a cult following away from mainstream cinema audiences.

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Glass
Jan
17

Glass Review

Good vs bad – it’s the staple ingredient of any superhero movie. Personally, I’d take interesting over both – which is exactly what M Night Shyamalan’s offers up in his latest film, Glass.

Read More
Jan
1

The Favourite Review

It ain’t always easy being the favourite. But Yorgos Lanthimos’ makes light of this in his hotly tipped new film The Favourite.

Read More

featured

Welcome to Marwen
Jan
1

Welcome to Marwen Review

Robert Zemeckis, the man behind such brilliant family films as Back to the Future and Forrest Gump, may have created the first fetish friendly family film with to helm Welcome to Marwen.

Read More
Nov
23

Assassination Nation Review

If you want a glimpse into what our tory engineered ‘no-deal’ brexit might look like, why not take a look at filmmaker Sam Levinson’s splendidly wild, post dystopian Assassination Nation.

Read More
Suspiria
Nov
16

Suspiria Review

Recycling is so hot right now and Hollywood’s latest remake du jour – Dario Argento’s cult horror classic, Suspiria – even manages to recycle a famous name by casting Don Johnson and Melanie Griffiths kid Dakota in the lead role.

Read More
Nov
5

Widows Review

Widows is Steve McQueen’s first film since his oscar winning 12 Years a Slave, and signals his intent to bring important issues and arthouse style into mainstream cinema.

Read More
Overlord
Nov
5

Overlord Review

I remember the first trailer I saw for JJ Abrams’ impressive looking new film Overlord. Unfortunately, looks – as well as film trailers – can be deceiving.

Read More
Peterloo
Nov
2

Peterloo Review

Mike Leigh’s much-lauded Peterloo comes to the cinema this month, focussing on an important but seemingly neglected chapter in English history.

Read More

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