Today: July 13, 2024

Films

Inside Out 2

Pixar’s output has for a while now been a little hit and miss. For every amazing Soul there was an underwhelming Lightyear. Returning to previous successes has also been a mixed bag
July 13, 2024

In a Violent Nature

Michael Myers. Jason Vorhees. Leatherface. And now, Johnny. Yes, In a Violent Nature’s grisly killer has quickly established himself as a new horror legend who will almost certainly become a cult favourite
July 10, 2024

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

When a prequel to 2015’s acclaimed Mad Max: Fury Road was announced, fans were skeptical – did we need to learn how Charlize Theron’s Furiosa lost her arm, or how she ended
May 31, 2024

The Beach Boys

2024 sees the 50th anniversary of The Beach Boys’ chart-topping compilation album Endless Summer that threw the fading band back into the limelight. Whilst this double LP release was a big financial
May 26, 2024

Malum + Hunt Her Kill Her

In this nostalgia-fuelled cinema landscape we find ourselves in, it’s surprising we don’t see more of the big-screen double-bill. Back in the good old days of cinema, it was very common to
April 22, 2024

Argylle

Argylle is one of those films that, for the first 15 minutes, you absolutely hate. Then, slowly, inexorably, the script’s subversive humour starts to work its way under your skin. So that,
April 14, 2024

The First Omen

Last year, David Gordon Green followed up his underrated Halloween legacy trilogy with an ill-fated attempt at a sequel to The Exorcist. The film was ultimately a lesson in how not to
April 12, 2024

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

If there was ever a film that could encourage more critics to take notes during screenings, it is Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire. Putting together a thorough review of the film
April 3, 2024

Late Night with the Devil

The controversy around Late Night with the Devil’s use of AI has led to some incredibly important conversations, and being upset or angry about it is totally valid. But I’m not going
March 26, 2024

Monolith

Monolith is a film that delights and surprises in equal measure. This low-fi, slow burn thriller is part science fiction, part social commentary, with just the right amount of bumps and jumps
February 25, 2024
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