Director: Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck Stars: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn Released: Friday, March 8th A year on from its trailblazing debut, it’s easy...
A stunning cinematic memoir and a powerful debut from Richard Billingham.
Director: Samuel Moaz Stars: Lior Ashkenazi, Sarah Adler, Yonathon Shiray Released: Friday, March 1st (UK) There are few films that walk the line elegantly between desaturated hyper...
A film about much more than wrestling. Florence Pugh shines in Stephen Merchant's touching story of familial bonds.
This cumbersome biopic flits from tense survival film to stale political drama in the blink of an eye.
An unsettling love affair takes a disconcerting turn in Joanna Hogg’s tale of youthful innocence derailed.
A lyrical tragi-comedy full of unexpected twists and some contagiously exuberant dance scenes
Heartbreaking but never exploitative, ‘Stitches’ examines the trauma of a family laden with emotional fatigue.
Themes of age and vanity are swamped with plot twists in this entertaining, if muddled, romantic thriller.
Prepare to be led up the garden path in Wang Quan'an's drama
Delightfully dangerous filmmaker Francois Ozon delivers an exquisite study of social mores.
Speculative sci-fi is a genre built upon a foundation of human curiosity; it’s a genre that asks questions such as “Where are we going?”, “What could...
Between Marielle Heller's sharp direction, a great pithy script, and two barnstorming performances, Can You Ever Forgive Me? is not to be missed.
Burning is a bone-jangling tonal thriller that thrives on ambiguity, demonstrating that filmmaking doesn’t always need to be brash to be bold or worthwhile.
It's ropey, but it works. Escape Room is boilerplate bare-bones trap-horror fun that just about ticks the boxes needed to work.
Released: 18th January 2019 Directed By: M. Night Shyamalan Starring: Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy Reviewed By: Van Connor Remember when M. Night Shyamalan...
Released: 18th January 2019 Directed By: Markus Lindeen Starring: Daniel Gimenez Cacho Reviewed By: Jess Ennis With a name as ominous as The Raft, and a...
A powerful contemplation on grief and trauma, Karyn Kusama offers a sublime work in Destroyer, with Kidman serving up one of the performances of the decade