• Palm Springs

    Palm Springs


    Really good surprise, the kind of romantic comedy I can get behind.

  • Greener Grass

    Greener Grass


    Batshit weird, Edward Scissorhands meets Stepford Wives? Highly enjoyable.

  • Relic



    I am glad that the renewal of clever/original horror films is continuing, won't be for everyone but if you appreciated films in the vein of The Babadook or Marrowbone give it a try.

  • Children of Men

    Children of Men


    Can't believe it took me that long to watch it...

  • Shirley



    A snippet of author's Shirley Jackson's life as seen through the lens of her own writing and creative process, an unreliable biopic if you will.

  • Inheritance



    Strong cast and storyline, Simon Pegg was brilliant as usual.

  • Capone



    As most people would tell you, I dislike gangster/mafia movies as much as I like horror films, aka A LOT...
    Turns out I might have found my niche, end of life with Dementia mafia film.
    It felt like a dark comedy in some aspects whilst being touching and violent in turn.

  • The Little Stranger

    The Little Stranger


    I do like a voice over and this film feels to me very much like reading a 19th century Gothic novel. Some might call it slow in a derogatory way but slow paced doesn't have to be bad, it helps convey everything about this crumbling house and family inviting into their midst a doctor with great ambitions (or should I say obsession).

  • Girl on the Third Floor

    Girl on the Third Floor


    After body horror here comes house horror, a new take on the haunted one.

  • In Fabric

    In Fabric


    Modern take on Giallos, if you're into those you should enjoy it.

  • Starfish



    Must watch, a masterwork

  • Triangle



    Erm....turns out it took me watching (and enjoying) pretty much the entire film, before realising I had seen it before several years ago.

    Can't wait to "rediscover" it in the future again.

    SEND HELP I might be stuck!!!