The Florida Project explores childhood innocence in the face of raw, searing reality. Set on the outskirts of Disney World, this film is no enchanted fairy tale.
It’s satirical, yet overall inoffensive; gloomy, but hysterically funny.
For a film now thirteen years old, Saw could have been released this year. It bears all the […]
Get cosy this Halloween and settle in for some horror movie classics, Sophie McLean has chosen her top […]
Denis Villenueve’s new masterpiece, Blade Runner 2049 is the perfect sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 classic.
Ragnarok is genuinely laugh-out-loud funny, uniquely bizarre, and very, very, colourful.
Some films are made to be crowd-pleasers, to garner critical acclaim and find their place in the hearts of audiences everywhere.
God’s Own Country is the directorial debut of Yorkshire born actor Francis Lee where Johnny (Josh O’Connor) working on his family’s farm turns to binge-drinking and casual sex as a form of escapism.
By Blair Macbride Rebekah Fortune’s first feature film, ‘Just Charlie’, is a fantastically thought-provoking drama. It portrays the […]
By Fraser Bryce I’m not going to mince my words here: Edgar Wright is one of the best directors […]