Called Hitchcock’s first Hitchcock, classic suspense screens in 35mm at the Grand Illusion when THE LADY VANISHES.
A finely composed, charming and perfectly diverting film, but the visual panache quickly begins to mask a film with very little going on beneath its glowing sheen, says Ed Frost.
Harry’s a corpse, and everyone who stumbles across him seems to have an alternate explanation for his death. Alfred Hitchcock’s black comedy screens at the Grand Illusion in 35mm.
When a film starts with someone pulling strange faces, it can negatively influence the audience’s perception. David Cronenberg’s A DANGEROUS METHOD quickly proves this first impression wrong, says Max Zeh.
THE WOMAN IN THE FIFTH is an enigmatic film that is both a peculiar drama and an elusively curious psychological thriller featuring a wealth of fine performances, says Ed Frost
Bernard Josse and Gérard Rouy’s brilliant study of German free jazz musician Peter Brötzmann’s life and work, which screened recently at Grand Illusion Cinema in Seattle.
YOUNG ADULT is a peculiar beast. Marketed as a comedy, it is in fact one the darkest films of the year. Anyone that finds it funny has serious issues, according to Dorian Stone.
Adapted from book to both stage and TV, THE WOMAN IN BLACK makes full use of its new cinematic outing according to Edd Elliot
Director Ti West conjures evil from the shadows of our everyday fears in The House of the Devil and his new release The Innkeepers.
Problems at home? Family getting you down? Don’t take that stress to work with you, especially if you’re meant to be a discreet hitman. Harry Hunt reviews THE KILL LIST, coming soon to Cambridge Arts Picturehouse.