It’s been a fairly barren summer for releases, studios appeared to have all conspired to shoot their load pre-summer so that the mush of Thor, Top… Read More »The Invitation review – it’s a bloody fun time
Our take on the latest films to hit the big (and small) screen.
In an over saturated market of superhero franchises that dominate the world it would feel like an original creation might be a moot point, and… Read More »Samaritan review – Stallone and Walton carry the film with ease
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Cast: Mason Thames Madeleine McGraw Jeremy Davies James Ransone Ethan Hawke. Directed by Scott Derrickson. The dreaded “creative differences” can often mean that genuinely creative… Read More »The Black Phone review – shows Derrickson is a versatile director
This dino sequel is greater than the sum of its parts.
Alex Garland’s latest is an original and unsettling film, with many themes to discuss.
The 80s revival falls down on the plot but excels on the action.
Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers – enough nostalgia and irreverent humour for the entire family to enjoy
This love letter to animation might be the best Disney+ original so far.
The doctor makes a strong return alongside a winning cast.
Everything Everywhere All at Once review -the year’s weirdest and most emotionally satisfying sci-fi comedy drama action existential exploration
Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s sci-fi comedy-drama action mashup is well-worth accepting, if you can.
This revenge tale is a winning mix of beauty and complete savagery.