My Pure Land – Trailer

After it’s premiere at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival My Pure Land, the debut feature from director Sarmad Masud, gets its UK cinematic release. British-Pakistani direc...
Bill Skarsgard Pennywise It

It

There are three things in cinema that give me the absolute fear: Tinkling circus music, distorted facial features and, um, clowns. So, Stephen King’s It has never been top of my ‘must wat...
Sleepless

Sleepless

It’s not very often that I struggle to make it to the end of a film. In fact, had I not agreed to review Baran bo Odar’s Sleepless, I probably would have given up after the first twenty minutes. Ther...

The Dark Tower

I should start out by saying that I have never read any The Dark Tower books. Or any book for that matter. Nah, I’m joking. I do read, but not very often. I love how people get so defensive of a belo...
Neil Breene

Six Of The Best: So Bad They’re Good

We’ve all been there: Slightly tipsy on a Saturday night, channel hopping and hoping to come across something you can fall asleep too. Maybe you’re on YouTube, maybe you land on the Horror Channel, m...

The Belstone Fox

The second of this month’s releases from Network distributing is the restoration of the countryside drama The Belstone Fox. it is based of the novel The Ballad Of The Belstone Fox by David Rook...

Infinite

Part of the pleasure of watching and reviewing films is getting the chance to see something that really sparks an interest in you and makes you appreciate the art form afresh. The medium of short fil...
Trumbo

Six Of The Best: Biopics

Sometimes, the truth really can be stranger than fiction. That’s why biopics can often provide as much drama, tragedy and humour as any storyline thought up by Hollywood script writers. As viewers, w...

On The Road – Trailer

On The Road follows North London rock four-piece Wolf Alice as they take to the streets of the UK to promote their debut album, My Love Is Cool, for the last time. Driving from city to city, playing ...