Berlin Syndrome

Berlin Syndrome

Australian director, Cate Shortland, has won great acclaim for her films that largely focus on the female perspective. She is a maker of “women’s films” – but not in the conventional sense. Her post-...

Brimstone

If Dutch writer/director Martin Koolhovan wanted to make an impact with his first English language feature, he’s certainly achieved that goal with Brimstone. A Western/Thriller revenge tale, wi...
My Friend Dahmer

My Friend Dahmer: First Trailer

Jeffrey Dahmer is a name that still strikes fear in those who are aware of the man, the myth and the monster. Yet, like most serial killers, we often look to their formative years to find some sort o...
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...
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...

It Comes At Night

It Comes At Night is going to be one of those films that divides opinion. If you rigidly build your expectations based on what you saw in the trailer, or the overall marketing feel of the film, you m...
The Snowman

The Snowman: First Trailer

I have bought and devoured every single one of Jo Nesbo’s Harry Hole thrillers. I can’t get enough of this Nordic noir and I was absolutely thrilled at the prospect of having the literary...
I-Dont-Feel-At-Home

Six Of The Best: Indie Films on Netflix

If, like me, you’ve spent many a night trawling Netflix looking for something to watch, you’ll no doubt welcome a few helpful recommendations. But, once you’ve exhausted the latest series or you simp...
TOM CRUISE

Six Of The Best: Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise is something of a ‘Marmite’ actor. Either you love that sofa jumping, Scientology promoting, always running 80s pin up or (for those exact same reasons) you’d rather stick pins in your eye...