Doctor Sleep – Review

Some films don’t need a sequel. Others shouldn’t have a sequel. In a world where horror films rarely stand alone, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining survived for almost 40 years without a follow-up. No on...

La Jauria (The Pack)

Usually the remit of the short film, the single idea movie is not an easy story to pull off. With no subplots the emphasis is on the main story which has to be strong, compelling for the audience and...

In Bright Axiom – Trailer

Welcome to the House of Latitude, where absolute discretion is demanded in exchange for entry into a mysterious social experiment in the form of an elaborate immersive experience. Drawing a community...

Impossible Crimes

There is a narrow margin between a film being great and distinctively average. Some of it is down to expectation. If you go into a movie cold, without any preconceptions, it can make such a differenc...

Joker – Review

Box office success hasn’t masked critics’ scorn for Warner Bros’ DC output. Once they were the kingpins of comic book movies, only to be dwarfed by Marvel’s epic Cinematic Universe. An attempt to fas...
Rocketman MAIN

Official Film Chart 9th October 2019

Fantastical Elton John biopic, Rocketman, zooms up six places to hit the top of the chart this week, following its release on DVD and Blu-ray. Taron Egerton’s portrayal of the legendary singer enjoys...

3 From Hell – Review

You have to take a moment and wonder if there was any sort of clamour for a trilogy defining movie featuring the classic characters that came from the mind of Rob Zombie. House of 1000 corpses was re...

Bloodline – Review

From the opening scene you are left in no doubt about what the film is and where it will go. Couple that with the title and you pretty much have everything you need right there. That isn’t to d...