Us Lupita Nyong'o

Us – Review

Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, Get Out, was rightly lauded for its incredible exploration of topical political, social and racial issues. It was, arguably, one of the most interesting debuts for q...
Fugue Agnieszka Smoczyńska

Fugue (Fuga) – Review

A woman teeters on her heels; unsteady on her feet. She’s walking on a railway line and her clothes are covered in soil. Suddenly, she reaches the station platform, which she then crawls awkwar...

The Hole In The Ground – Review

Creaking old house in the middle of nowhere? Tick. Damian-esque child actor? Tick. Creepy old neighbour who likes to appear out of nowhere? Tick. You could say that Lee Cronin’s feature-length debut ...
The Guilty Jakob Cedergren

The Guilty (Den Skyldige)

Real-time, one location movies have often been the setting of choice for low-budget indie flicks or European horror. The emergency services contact centre is usually the subject of documentary series...
Big Shark

Big Shark – Trailer

This is not a drill! Tommy Wiseau is back with another feature length film. Clearly buoyed by the success of The Disaster Artist, the best worst filmmaker in recent history has set his sights on a cl...

A Simple Favour – Review

Genre mash ups can be a bit problematic. Usually they are used to mask the fact that there is a lack of ideas to complete a movie and due to committee consensus other elements are added in an effort ...

Get Ready With Me – Trailer

Producer Johan Lundström and Director Jonatan Etzler’s live action short film Get Ready With Me is an unpredictable thriller that combines grim satire with the topical issues of teen angst, soc...
Bird Box Netflix

Bird Box – Review

REVIEW CONTAINS MILD SPOILERS Susanne Bier’s made-for-Netflix thriller, Bird Box, has become something of a talking point over the festive period. In another weird internet craze, people are donning ...