★★★★½ Watched 25 Apr, 2020
Another stunningly shot, morally fascinating piece of work from Pablo Larraín [VIDEO REVIEW]
★★★½ Watched 23 Apr, 2020
Whilst a film about one man spending his days talking and arguing with his stuffed teddy bear may not sound all that thrilling, ‘The One Survivor Of Conifer’ completely drew me in and dealt an absolute gut-punching finish that I wasn’t expecting.
★★★★ Watched 02 Mar, 2020
The Invisible Man, with its centrality on patriarchal gaslighting, is by no means an easy watch. But it is unflinchingly timely, a mainstream #MeToo horror that uses the lens of a monster-movie to expose the monsters of everyday life. It just so happens to be terrifying.
★★★½ Watched 03 Sep, 2019
Will devour you through fear, nostalgia and emotional connection. It’s more than just a horror film, it’s a film about friendship, conquering personal demons and doing what’s best for humanity.