The Killing Of A Sacred Deer

Yorgos Lanthimos returns to the big screen this year with a film that is a more than worthy follow up to his engrossing film The Lobster. Never one to present his audience with a straightforward dram...

Breathe

Andy Serkis is a wonderful actor best known for being in front of the camera, albeit in a mostly unrecognisable fashion. The man who breathed life into iconic characters such as Gollum, Caesar and Ki...
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-...
The Shape of Water

The Shape Of Water

Guillermo Del Toro is a film maker of vision and imagination. He has consistently produced top quality and highly entertaining pieces of cinema for over twenty years. The fact that his last two films...

Jackals

Despite the fact that it’s a low budget film in a marketplace that is getting ever more crowded with similar horror tinged products, Jackals shows it has a couple of moves that make it a memora...
Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049

Denis Villeneuve has quickly established himself as one of the most interesting directors in contemporary cinema. Any time you hear his name attached to a project, it’s almost impossible not to get e...
Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman

I’m not going to beat around the bush here. Director, Patty Jenkins’s Wonder Woman is one of the best superhero movies since Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. And as an unabashed ‘...
Bushwick

Bushwick

Bushwick is an interesting little film that, despite being released earlier this year, was actually filmed throughout 2015. I see it as a cross between Birdman and Red Dawn, and whilst it may be seen...
Red Turtle

The Red Turtle

There is no hint of a culture clash as the legendary Studio Ghibli meets Dutch film-maker, Michael Dudok de Wit, to produce lush and lyrical animation, The Red Turtle. This dialogue-free creation has...