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 […]

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.

The Party Film Review

The Party

Parties. You love them, I don’t… though I might make an exception for Sally Potter’s new film, The Party.

Loving Vincent Review

Loving Vincent

They say never judge a book by its cover. In the case of the stunningly rendered Loving Vincent, you may want to ignore this old adage.

mother! Review

mother!

mother! And yes, the lowercase m and exclamation mark are essential according to the pr blurb that accompanies Darren Aronofsky’s new film.

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