Climax is electrifyingly abstract and a true champion of 2018.
Adapted from the Booker prize nominated novel by Sarah Waters, the cinematic incarnation of The Little Stranger has much to live up to.
Released: 19th October 2018 Directed By: Matteo Garrone Starring: Marcello Fonte Reviewed By: Rhys Handley Dogman is the anti-Paddington. Antithetical to the marmalade-loving bear’s enduring mantra...
Director X's flashy remake of the Blaxploitation classic is a thunderingly dull experience
Shane Black's return to the Predator series results in a post-production mess.
A film that's seemingly made more to vent frustrations about Bush and his cabinet than to present something entertaining.
A well made, finely acted, intelligently scripted film that deserves to be supported.
Released: 7th September 2018 Directed By: David Blair Starring: Iwan Rheon, Milo Gibson Reviewed By: Van Connor What is it about a good old brim ’n’ bluster war...
Released: 7th September 2018 Directed By: Scott Mann Starring: Dave Bautista, Pierce Brosnan Reviewed By: Van Connor If you’ve ever surfed the wasteland that is the home...
A bright and endearing charmer
With a powerhouse performance from Aisling Franciosi, The Nightingale is a courageous and eye-opening character study
With it's noisy style with garbled message, The Other Side of the Wind isn't as good as the film it depicts
Released: TBC Director: Mary Harron Cast: Matt Smith, Hannah Murray, Marianne Rendón, Sosie Bacon, Merritt Wever, Suki Waterhouse, Chace Crawford and Annabeth Gish Reviewed By: Dion Wyn In...
Natalie Portman gives a perfect performance in Brady Corbet's latest
A charming film with lavish costume design, beautiful scenery and a mysterious story
A story that needs to be told and one that will be shown in classrooms for years to come
A victim of it's own longevity, Dragged Across Concrete falls a little short of Zahler's better work
Cameron Post should be required reading for teens and adults alike.