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...

Brightburn – Review

Stop me if you think you’ve heard this one before. When an alien spacecraft lands in Kansas, a farm couple find a baby inside. As the boy grows it becomes clear he’s different. He exhibits unusual st...

X-Men: Dark Phoenix – Review

The X-Men series has been a massive hit for Fox with overall quality backing up its box office success. The franchise had something of a mini-reboot with Days of Future Past which merged the First Cl...
The Perfection Netflix

The Perfection – Review

* This review contains spoilers * The title of this film seems more than a little bit far-fetched, given that it is a steaming pile of turds. It is tonally all over the place, the plot feels like it ...
Rocketman Elton John Taron Egerton

Rocketman – Review

Biopics tend to fall in to one of three categories: genuinely insightful (Trumbo), neatly sanitised (Bohemian Rhapsody) or wildly inaccurate (Braveheart). So, you never really know what you’re ...