Koko-di Koko-da Blu-ray Review

I remember it well: it was mid-March, and there was a suggestion that this Coronavirus thing might actually be quite serious. If I had known just how serious, I might have felt even more disoriented by Johannes Nyholm’s Koko-di Koko-da.

Greed Review

I believe it was a certain Mr Gecko who once said, greed is good. Not in Michael Winterbottom’s new Steve Coogan film Greed.

Two Popes Review

Do not be deceived by The Two Popes; on first appearances it would seem that a film inspired by real-life events surrounding the most recent papal transition might not be your traditional, light-hearted, date night fare. But you’d be wrong.

Knives Out Review

I always get a little nervous when it comes to ensemble murder mysteries, but my apprehension in approaching Rian Johnson’s new film, Knives Out, was unfounded.

Judy & Punch Review

In Mirrah Foulkes’ Judy & Punch, we get a feature-length adaptation of the show and associated folklore, and the unsettling feeling pervades throughout.

Dating back to the seventeenth century, Punch & Judy shows remain one of the most unsettling forms of children’s entertainment today

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