The Kindergarten Teacher Review

The kindergarten teacher

I don’t remember any of my primary school teachers, and I’m pretty sure none of them remember me. After watching The Kindergarten Teacher, I’m starting to think this might be a good thing.

A Private War Review

A Private War

A Private War recounts the fearless life of American journalist Marie Colvin who covered multiple foreign conflicts during the course of a remarkable career.

The Favourite Review

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

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.

Suspiria Review

Suspiria

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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