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Film review: Vox Lux

Film review: Vox Lux

Vox Lux, the second feature from 30 year old actor-turned-director Brady Corbet, is a brazen film and one that attempts to take an unflinching look at people’s desire for fame, charting the career of fictional pop star Celeste over the …read more

Film review: Greta

Film review: Greta

Greta sees director Neil Jordan return to the big screen for the first time since 2012 with an arty thriller about a young woman named Frances (Chloe Grace Moretz) who after finding a discarded handbag on the subway, returns it …read more

Film review: Avengers: Endgame

Film review: Avengers: Endgame

So it’s all come to this… 11 years, 22 films and THAT Infinity War ending, for the handful of people who need a re-cap then things went rather badly for our favourite team of superheroes as they went up against …read more

Film review: The Sisters Brothers

Film review: The Sisters Brothers

An adaptation of the Booker nominated novel from author Patrick DeWitt, The Sisters Brothers tells the story of two notorious gun slinging brothers Eli (John C Reilly) and Charlie (Joaquin Phoenix) as they pursue a prospector (Riz Ahmed) suspected of stealing …read more

Film review: Pet Sematary

Film review: Pet Sematary

Having moved out to the country for a quieter life, the Creed family soon realise that all is not well with their idyllic plot of woodland. It unexpectedly turns out to be home to a burial ground for the town’s …read more

Film review: Shazam

Film review: Shazam

Having nearly exhausted his quest for an heir to his powers, an ancient wizard (Djimon Hounsou) happens across kind hearted (but misguided) 14-year-old Billy Batson (Asher Angel) and grants him the powers of the super hero Shazam (Zachary Levi). Unbeknownst …read more

Film review: Us

Film review: Us

Jordan Peele looks to follow up on a smash directorial debut with his sophomore effort Us. Hot on the heels of the success of Get Out, Jordan Peele seeks to further cement his horror credentials with Us, a creepy tale about a …read more

Film review: Alien 40th Anniversary

Film review: Alien 40th Anniversary

Having been awoken from hyper sleep after a mysterious distress signal is received the crew of the USS Nostromo find themselves on a barren planet and while investigating a crashed space ship they uncover an unpleasant surprise. Forty years have …read more

Film review – Captain Marvel

Film review – Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel makes her long-awaited debut… Carrying the burden of not only being the first female-led MCU movie and being released so soon before Avengers: Endgame takes some pretty broad shoulders. It’s a relief then that the shoulders in question …read more

Film review: Fighting With My Family

Film review: Fighting With My Family

A wrestling drama directed by Stephen Merchant, starring Florence Pugh and a brief appearance from Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson should set the hearts of wrestling fans (past or present) fluttering with excitement. Fighting with my Family tells the story of …read more