Prevenge Blu-ray Review

Prevenge

The first time I saw Alice Lowe on the big screen, she mainly alternated between filing her nails and chewing bubble gum in quite a detached way. Now Lowe has written, starred in and directed her own film Prevenge, whilst being pregnant in real life.

Mindhorn Review

Mindhorn

You can’t handcuff the wind. That’s just good science. And Julian Barratt, aka Richard Thornbridge, aka detective Mindhorn is the wind. Or at least he used to be.

It’s Only The End Of The World Blu-ray Review

It's Only The End Of The World

Thanks to the warmongering of those man-children in charge of America and North Korea, there’s probably never been a more apt time to watch Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only The End Of The World.

Neruda Review

Neruda

The problem with history is how easy it is to forget. Director Pablo Larrain’s solution is to cast Gael Garcia Bernal as a sort of deadpan Chilean Clouseau type with a thing for hot teeth in his titular new biopic about Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

Free Fire Review

Free Fire

They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Well, They probably don’t get invited to many press screenings. Press screenings like the one I went to for the new Ben Wheatley film Free Fire.

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