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...
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
Cameron Post should be required reading for teens and adults alike.
An admirable debut from Cooper, but one that unfortunately lacks flare.
Olivier Assayas' latest is a pure treat