HABIT is an excellent show of film-making, displaying a plethora of directorial skill, writes Jack McCurdy.
TONIGHT SHE COMES is a smorgasbord of over-the-top gore, sex, evil hillbillies, satanic blood sacrifices and the supernatural, writes April McIntyre.
Are we the spies, or the spied upon? How does the personal become public and the public become personal?
VICTORIA & ABDUL is a British feel-good film with an uncomfortable undertone of historical revisionism, writes Ben Jones.
THE CINEMA TRAVELLERS is bumbling and sweet, while also being a fierce tour de force of filmmaking skill, writes Emma Wilkinson.
The story is a gift and directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris pick it up and run all the way with it, writes Andrew Nickolds.
Coulibaly has brilliantly woven together a fast-paced, tense thriller with a heart…
A TASTE OF INK is a tense, emotionally honest family drama, writes Ben Johnston.
John Cheshire reviews MY FRIEND DAHMER, which is performing well at Tribeca, Cannes and Deauville Film Festivals and fast approaching its cinema release,
A face in the flames, a red veined glass ingot and a rotting house on the brink of collapse. Aronofsky’s MOTHER! begins as it ends, writes John Cheshire.