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Exclusive Review of Under the Silver Lake

After Under the Silver Lake premiered to a divisive response, its wider release date has been pushed back twice, with both creating the narrative that: as a follow-up to acclaimed […]

Exclusive Review of Captain Marvel

Every previous MCU entry has had one major element in common: a male lead. The final stand-alone movie before Avengers: Endgame, the finale of Phase 3, has ultimately subverted this […]

Exclusive Review of Cold Pursuit

10 years after Taken, Liam Neeson rarely does action anymore. You could argue that this was because his brand of action cinema grew stale and the films themselves were far […]

90’s Rom-Com She’s All That Turns 20

Whilst Valentines Day has just passed us by, if you’re still looking for that one thing to tug at your heart strings, then look no further than She’s All That, […]

Exclusive Review: Green Book

He’s done it once again. For many spectators, Viggo Mortensen will always be Aragorn from The Lord of the Rings but he did it once again and created a character […]

Cult Retrospective: The Warriors at 40

This year, The Warriors celebrates it’s 40th anniversary, and has endured a gruelling journey in reaching this landmark. Its initial release was hugely successful but was quickly debilitated as its […]

Exclusive Review: Destroyer – Nicole Kidman excels

Karyn Kusama has had one of the most interesting and diverse careers of any director, going from teen boxing drama to sci-fi action to horror-comedy to psychological thriller. The most […]

Exclusive Review: Beautiful Boy

Drug addiction was such an abused subject to tackle in a film that you rarely see “drug films” (such as Requiem for a Dream or Trainspotting) nowadays. They mostly act […]

Exclusive Review: Stan & Ollie

Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are classic comedians, the kind that date back to when your grandparents were film-goers or TV-watchers, and perhaps before. They have the kind of name-recognition […]