Every so often a film appears that causes a ripple effect throughout the comfortable constraints of a genre […]
Nestled across from Cineworld in one of Glasgow’s best vegan restaurants, The Flying Duck, there’s a back room […]
“Reynolds has made my dreams come true. And I have given him what he desires most in return… […]
Its another cold, bleak January night in Glasgow. Flocks of people shuffling through the busy streets, all with […]
There is a real sense of decay that engulfs Good Time, the new film by the Safdie brothers […]
There are very few films that create the kind of legacy that Psycho holds. It is a cinematic […]
First loves. They define us as human beings. They prepare us for the highs and lows of our […]
Get cosy this Halloween and settle in for some horror movie classics, Sophie McLean has chosen her top […]
What makes Alfred Hitchcock one of the greatest directors of all time? Quite possibly his ability to bring tension to the screen that grips viewers and terrifies audiences.
As comedy-drama motion pictures go, the majority normally feel forced in both their comedic and dramatic aspects, rendering them nearly unbearable. ‘The Last Word’ is an excellent refreshing contradiction to this common notion.