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The Killer

The Killer is quintessential David Fincher. A cold, meticulous dissection of a professional hit man that is riddled with suspense and peppered with a level of dark fascination that has become synonymous
October 29, 2023

Lapporten Skyline

Documentaries that entertain, enlighten, and inspire are few and far between. The fact that the Banff Mountain Film Festival has managed to find, not one, but 15 films that do all of
October 5, 2023

The Creator

The Creator co-writer and director Gareth Edwards has had a slightly frustrating cinematic journey thus far. After his beautiful debut Monsters, Edwards became seen as a director for hire who could handle
October 1, 2023

Saw X

Tobin Bell’s performance as the now legendary horror icon John Kramer – AKA Jigsaw – was mere minutes in length in the first film, and yet made such an impact that he
September 29, 2023

A Year in a Field

It takes a certain kind of filmmaker with a distinctive vision to make a movie star out of a lichen-covered standing chunk of granite. Christopher Morris – not to be confused with
September 25, 2023

Theater Camp

Here’s something we don’t see enough of anymore – an improvised comedy mockumentary feature (that’s a mouthful). Long since the heyday of Christopher Guest‘s beloved mockumentaries (including the similar Waiting for Guffman),
September 2, 2023

The Equalizer 3

13 years after winning the Academy Award for Best Actor in Antoine Fuqua’s 2001 classic Training Day, Denzel Washington reteamed with the acclaimed filmmaker for a dark, violent big-screen update of 1980s
September 2, 2023

Failure!

Director Alex Kahuam returns to London’s beloved horror festival FrightFest with the psychological thriller Failure!, a single 87-minute one-shot film. While there’s no denying the film is an expertly-choreographed achievement, the Ted
September 1, 2023

Book Club: The Next Chapter

If this ain’t the most transparent Hollywood-funded holiday…Following 2018’s smash hit Book Club, about a group of ageing women finding themselves revitalised by reading Fifty Shades of Grey, this unexpected and unwarranted
August 25, 2023

Once Upon a Time in Uganda

In recent years, thanks in part to the YouTube generation and sharing of viral memes, the films of Wakaliwood – the self-proclaimed “Home of Da Best of Da Best Movies” – have
August 25, 2023
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