The Invisible Man Review

The Invisible Man never seemed sinister to me as a character, probably because I saw films like Memoirs of an Invisible Man when I was little.

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.

Waves Review

Trey Edward Shults’ startling new film, Waves, is the latest January release to join the ranks of overlooked films at this year’s Oscars.

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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