Henry Jordan is compelled in all the wrong ways by Babak Anvari’s sophomore horror feature.
in the fifth of Luca Guadagnino’s six act opus, Dakota Johnson asks “why is everyone so ready to think the worst is over?” It is a question that rattles around your head with dread: surely there are not worse horrors yet to come? There are, and it has all of the operatic extravagance of some […]
The premise of Christian Ditter’s How to be Single reads like a Taylor Swift lyric: four girls – “happy, free, confused and lonely at the same time” – struggling to overcome or, rather, embrace singledom – “it’s miserable and magical”. Naturally, such a plotline risks becoming a giggly “sisters before misters” cliché – perfect fodder […]