Archie Lockyer reviews Aaron Sorkin’s latest film The Trial Of The Chicago Seven.
Maggie John reviews the remake of Rebecca, a film originally adapted by Hitchcock from Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, Rebecca.
Megan Ballantyne reviews Netflix original The Haunting Of Bly Manor.
Following the US presidential debate that took place at the end of September, in a film-style review Rhys Wallis evaluates both candidates’ performances and what it suggests for the future of the United States.
Continuing his coverage of the London Film Festival, Henry Jordan considers violence in Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor
This week, we’re putting the spotlight on films that deserve more recognition. Matthew Boden tells us all about Motherless Brooklyn and why it really should be appreciated more.
Henry Jordan continues his coverage of the London Film Festival with a look at the classically-inflected love mystery, Undine
Bridie Adams finds the latest in the To All the Boys series to be a worthy continuation of the story but unable to live up to its predecessor
I began watching Dead to Me on Netflix on Saturday night and despite the fact I had an exam on the Tuesday afternoon, I had finished it by Sunday morning. The balance achieved between the very real and traumatic loss of Jen’s husband, Nick, and the easy watching aspects of the series that Netflix was trying to […]
Any film starring Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids, Grown Ups, The Good Place), already sets a precedent that it will be exactly what you expect it to be. Mix in a big ‘ol spoon of Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) in her directorial debut and you get Wine Country. A mildly heartwarming tale of old friends who go […]