Little Monsters – Trailer

Lupita Nyong’o, fresh from the success of Jordan Peele’s Us, returns to the screens in another brilliantly inventive and fantastically entertaining horror comedy, Little Monsters – but this tim...
It Chapter Two New Trailer

It Chapter Two – New Trailer

We’re getting a second glimpse of The Losers Club before they make their way back to UK cinemas this Autumn. And, if the naked old lady in the first trailer scared you, get ready to feel even m...
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...

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...
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 ...

The Curse of La Llorona

The Conjuring Universe delivers a sixth instalment with The Curse of La Llorona. Based on the Mexican folktale of the “Weeping Woman”, the movie continues a worrying trend of poor movies ...
It Chapter Two Trailer

It Chapter Two – Trailer

It’s incredibly rare for a trailer to instil such an overwhelming sense of unease and fear. Usually, you’re in the cinema, hiding behind your popcorn, waiting for the jump scare but, in t...
Us Lupita Nyong'o

Us – Review

Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, Get Out, was rightly lauded for its incredible exploration of topical political, social and racial issues. It was, arguably, one of the most interesting debuts for q...
Possum Sean Harris

Possum – Review

A quote attributed to Einstein claims that the very definition of insanity is “repeating the same process over and over again, but expecting different results.” And yet, that’s exac...

Border – Review

Films like Border do not come along very often, especially to UK cinemas. This, more than anything else, is a good argument for the benefits that come from the likes of The Glasgow Film festival. The...