All posts tagged Cinema

Exclusive Review: Boots Riley’s ‘Sorry to Bother You’

When I saw that Wisconsin musician/indie-label owner Rory Ferreira (milo, Scallops Hotel e.t.c) had brought an entire cinema screening of Sorry to Bother You as part of his grassroots label […]

Exclusive Review of Steven Caple Jr’s ‘Creed II’

In 2015, Creed revitalised the Rocky series with a fresh, modern take that gave director Ryan Coogler an auteur status and became the most critically acclaimed film in the series […]

Exclusive Review of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Crimes of Grindlewald

After the Harry Potter series finished it’s run in 2011, you would have thought that we would have never seen another film set in that world. But 5 years later, […]

LesGaiCineMad 2018: Madrid’s LBGT+ international film festival

Over the past few weeks, Madrid has seen the 23rd cinematic celebration of the LGBT+ community in the form of LesGaiCineMad. The event is run and organised by Fundación Triangulo: […]

Exclusive Review of Suspiria (2018) – leaves you gasping not sighing!

In 1977, Dario Argento released Suspiria, which became a classic and influential entry in the Italian Giallo horror genre. A remake has been in the works for a decade, only […]

Exclusive Review of Steve McQueen’s ‘Widows’.

Steve McQueen’s career has been a great example of quality over quantity. In 10 years, he has made only three films, but they are all expertly crafted with an eye […]

Exclusive Review: The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, a fantasy film directed by Lasse Hallström and Joe Johnston, is a magnificent film with an alluring elegance, implicitly connecting the viewer with the ballet and […]

Exclusive Review: Mandy – Exploitation with flawless execution

1970’s/80’s exploitation cinema has been making a comeback for many years now, ever since Grindhouse, we have had countless films attempting to recreate that style. Mandy is the latest attempt […]

Exclusive Review: Crispian Mills ‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ – No, no it doesn’t

“What better place to learn bullying than at an English Public School.” Slaughterhouse Rulez tells the story of Don Wallace whose mother ships him off to an English Public School […]