The Square

The Square – Review

Ruben Östland’s 2017 satire, The Square, won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, with critics and audiences alike enjoying its no-holds-barred swipe at the Swedish art scene and white male pr...

7500 – Review

Single location films are few and far between for a number of reasons. They are technically challenging due to the limited variations in shot composition. Being focussed on a single location tends to...

Moviescramble Podcast – Episode 25: M

Join Mary and John as they discuss the Fritz Lang film M from 1931 which stars the fantastic Peter Lorre. We then choose our top three serial killer movies and discuss the news that UK cinemas may be...

Angelfish – Trailer

Destiny Frasqueri, better known as rapper Princess Nokia, stars in the acclaimed romantic drama “Angelfish”, available May 27 on Tubi. Shot on location in the Bronx, NY, “Angelfish” is a coming-of-ag...

$TACK$ – Review

$TACK$ is a film that is very much of its time. With the world still dealing with the global pandemic, the short movie takes a look at a very particular problem associated with everything that is goi...

It Couldn’t Happen Here – Trailer

Unavailable worldwide for 30 years, at last, Pet Shop Boys’ 1988 feature film It Couldn’t Happen Here makes its overdue debut on Blu-ray and DVD. Newly remastered by the BFI in High Definition at 4K ...

Extraction – Review

The idea of a team-up between The Russo Brothers and Chris Hemsworth outside of their MCU comfort zone was an intriguing one. Although not directing, the pair very much has their fingerprints all ove...

Airport 1975 – Review

With Airport 1975 you know exactly what to expect. The blueprint for the films was set out in Airport, the Arthur Hailey novel of the same name which spawned a hugely successful movie of the same nam...
Denmark Rafe Spall

Denmark – Review

Many a World Happiness Index has placed Denmark within the Top 10 best countries in the world to live in. The Danes, it seems, have got it so right with their chunky knit sweaters and love of hygge. ...
5 is the perfect number

5 is the Perfect Number – Review

Igor Tuveri has adapted his own graphic novel, Cinque e il numero perfetto, to bring to the big screen a Mafia drama, set in 1970s Naples. Watching it felt like Sam Peckinpah meets film noir meets We...