Coming at us with an already clear box office bomb at the domestic taking Billy “on the street” Eichner’s star vehicle appears as one of… Read More »LFF 2022: Bros review – succeeds on the strength of it’s jokes
Our take on the latest films to hit the big (and small) screen.
There’s been a lot made about Brendan Fraser’s history and his long road to a comeback. Suffice to say that the road to his triumphant… Read More »LFF 2022: The Whale review – a fittingly strong return for Brendan Fraser
LFF 2022: Decision to Leave review – a filmmaker who is predictable only in his total unpredictability
Park Chan-wook is a director of some pedigree. The South Korean director’s Vengeance trilogy, epitomised by middle chapter Oldboy helped put South Korean cinema on… Read More »LFF 2022: Decision to Leave review – a filmmaker who is predictable only in his total unpredictability
It’s easy to say that the world changed after MeToo, easy and very very lazy. Yes conversations were had more openly and people were more… Read More »LFF 2022: Women Talking review – a beautiful examination of faith and forgiveness
Viola Davis leads the charge in this full throttle crowd pleasing epic
Ana de Armas struggles to keep this exploitative slog alive
Sosie Bacon’s lead turn is the only saving grace in this horror offering
This Cannes Festival Favourite is a dark hearted satire and a fitting tribute to Charlbi Dean
Olivia Wilde’s controversial new thriller is neither a genre classic nor a total disaster
Cronenberg’s return might one for the die-hards, but features strong visuals.
George Miller isn’t a guy who rushes movies out. Since his Aussie exploitation movie Mad Max back in 1979 Miller has only helmed nine films.… Read More »Three Thousand Years of Longing review – little escapism aimed squarely at the adult audience