With THREE BILLBOARDS, McDonagh has reached again for the high bar he’s set himself, writes April McIntyre.
What is it to be happy? Where do we find joy? This is the question on the lips of director of the aptly named vlogumentary, JOY, by Rafael.V.
A personal look at the works of Lynne Ramsay, as she carves a way for herself and her unique style into a more mainstream market.
A black and white Portuguese horror combining old-school style with enough blood-letting to satisfy horror aficionados, writes April McIntyre.
TONIGHT SHE COMES is a smorgasbord of over-the-top gore, sex, evil hillbillies, satanic blood sacrifices and the supernatural, writes April McIntyre.
The Big Sick lures audiences in with gooey, romantic squishiness – before delving into more serious (but still hilarious) territory, writes April McIntyre.
Trey Edwards Shults offers an unnerving study into the inner workings of human emotion, American paranoia, and family.
Cate Shortland’s sexual thriller examines themes of escape, desire and dependence while bringing to life the aesthetic beauty of the German capital.
The waterlogged fields and blighted farmland of Somerset provide The Levelling’s director, Hope Dickson Leach with the perfect setting for her debut feature. An unsettling, realist drama with the Somerset levels as its backdrop. The story follows Clover (Ellie Kendrick) who returns to the family dairy farm following the sudden suicide of her brother Harry … Continue reading The Levelling
As Dario Argento’s cult classic Suspiria (1977) is on its way to re-boot central this year, let’s take a look back at the giallo and horror filmmaker as we come full circle with the impending re-make of one of his most iconic films. Suspiria, a film, before watching it, audiences had likely caught glimpses of … Continue reading An Italian with a movie camera