78/52 Review

78/52

Alexandre O Philippe’s new documentary, 78/52, helped me see the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie Psycho in a whole new light.

Breathe Review

Breathe

Andy Serkis’ directorial debut Breathe brings to life the scarcely imaginable hardship Robin Cavindish endured during the incredible life of this pioneering polio sufferer.

Thor: Ragnarok Review

Thor. Ah-ahh. Saviour of the universe. Or something. Marvel’s norse god has always been a bit of a fish out of water in their cinematic universe. Mostly because of the whole being a god thing… makes it hard for normal folk to relate. Personally, I’ve never had that problem – make of that what you […]

Brawl In Cell Block 99 Review

Brawl In Cell Block 99

I’ve always seen Vince Vaughan as a bit of a comedic gentle giant but his latest film Brawl in Cell Block 99 inverts this nice guy image with unabashed success.

The Death Of Stalin Review

The Death Of Stalin

Dying’s not very funny. Thankfully, no-one told Armando Iannucci, whose hilarious almost true story The Death Of Stalin is a laugh riot.

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