The August Virgin – Review

Like a lot of major cities around the globe, many of Madrid’s inhabitants leave the stifling heat of the metropolis and head to the country and the coast. The month of August sees it deserted o...
Izaokas

Isaac (Izaokas) – Review

The opening scene – and it does seem to be one, continuous take – of Jurgis Matulevičius’ Isaac will leave your heart in your throat. In the midst of World War Two, local Nazi suppo...

Patrick – Review

Films like Patrick are one of the reasons for venturing out to film festivals. It wasn’t flagged as one of the main highlights of the day when it was screened at Sitges in 2019 but there was so...

Proxima – Trailer

Proxima will open this year’s Glasgow Film Festival on the 26th February, premiering in the UK following on from its Toronto, Macao and San Sebastian festival play. Eva Green gives a career-best perf...

Supernova – Review

It doesn’t take much to change the course of your personal history. The coming together of seemingly random events that, when they happen in sequence, result in a situation that is neither want...

Run – Trailer

Verve Pictures have announced the UK cinema release of Scott Graham’s Run, a compelling and thrilling portrayal of how teenage dreams are hard to leave behind when you missed your chance to hit...
Uncut Gems Adam Sandler

Uncut Gems – Review

The Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems doesn’t feel so much like a movie, at times, but rather an unbridled assault on the senses. It’s loud; it’s chaotic; it’s frustrating. The jewellery store settin...
JoJo Rabbit

JoJo Rabbit – Review

A film where an imaginary Hitler is played for laughs doesn’t really sound like your usual six-time-nominated Oscar fodder. And yet, Taika Waititi’s ‘anti-hate satire’ JoJo Rabbit has achieved exactl...

1917 – Review

I know dark clouds will gather ’round me I know my way is hard and steep There is a scene, towards the end of Sam Mendes’ 1917, where one young soldier stands up amongst his comrades fill the f...