It Chapter Two – Review

In 1990, Tim Curry terrified the world with his iconic portrayal of Pennywise the clown. The two-part miniseries of It has its faults however Curry’s performance helped cement its cult status. Talk o...

Crawl – Review

Hurricanes are terrifying forces of nature in their own right. The sheer ferocity of their destruction have seen them star in their own disaster films. Crawl looks to ramp up the horror a notch by in...
The Great Hack

The Great Hack – Review

“Put your hand up if you’ve ever seen an ad that’s made you think your phone is listening to you,” Professor David Carroll asks a class full of students. Sitting watching at home, I actually raised m...
Blindspotting

Blindspotting – Review

Rap music has long been a platform for aggrieved minorities to express their oppression through a heightened use of language. A pattern of speech that is punctuated by fear, anger and hope for the fu...

Mountain – Review

As a review site we have been in the really fortunate position of being able to cover and support local Scottish film makers as they hone their craft develop their scope and bring more and more ambit...
Midsommar

Midsommar – Review

It’s going to be hard to discuss Ari Aster’s Midsommar without getting into spoiler-y level detail. It’s a film that, even if you aren’t dealing with emotional trauma or menta...
Toy Story 4

Toy Story 4 – Review

The incinerator scene in 2010’s Toy Story 3 left so many moviegoers in floods of tears in a way that no film about childhood toys ever should. It was so emotional and poignant – a real le...
Spiderman Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review

Peter Parker doesn’t want to be an Avenger. He wants to be a 16-year-old schoolboy from Queens, travelling through Europe for the summer. He wants his first girlfriend. And he wants to get over the l...

Child’s Play – Review

Chucky is back, just not as you remember. Our favourite killer doll has got an upgrade for the 21st Century but that’s not all that’s different. Gone is the spirit of serial killer Charles Lee Ray al...

The White Crow – Review

The title of the new Ralph Fiennes directed biography comes from the Russian phrase that is used to describe an outsider, someone who is not part of the collective. It is very apt in describing the m...