Fugue Agnieszka Smoczyńska

Fugue (Fuga) – Review

A woman teeters on her heels; unsteady on her feet. She’s walking on a railway line and her clothes are covered in soil. Suddenly, she reaches the station platform, which she then crawls awkwar...

The Hole In The Ground – Review

Creaking old house in the middle of nowhere? Tick. Damian-esque child actor? Tick. Creepy old neighbour who likes to appear out of nowhere? Tick. You could say that Lee Cronin’s feature-length debut ...
The Guilty Jakob Cedergren

The Guilty (Den Skyldige)

Real-time, one location movies have often been the setting of choice for low-budget indie flicks or European horror. The emergency services contact centre is usually the subject of documentary series...

Siberia – Review

There is a tremendous amount of affection out there for Keanu Reeves. He has had a long and, on the main part, successful career. So much so that there is now the KeanuCon film festival dedicated to ...
Bird Box Netflix

Bird Box – Review

REVIEW CONTAINS MILD SPOILERS Susanne Bier’s made-for-Netflix thriller, Bird Box, has become something of a talking point over the festive period. In another weird internet craze, people are donning ...
Bad Times at the El Royale

Bad Times At The El Royale

“It all starts with a simple choice. Which side are you on?” The state line dividing California and Nevada runs right through the El Royal hotel in Drew Goddard’s film. You can choose which side of t...
Searching film 2018

Searching

According to recent statistics, we spend up to nine hours per day on social media and our actions are captured up to 300 times on camera. So, if someone meant missing, it would make sense to check th...
The Meg

The Meg

If there is one thing you should know about a cinema visit to see The Meg, it’s that you need to set your expectations really low. And once you’ve done that, set them a little lower. Only then will y...
Sicario 2 Soldado

Sicario 2: Soldado

It’s fortuitous timing that Stefano Sollima’s Sicario sequel has hit cinemas. Parents and children being separated across the Mexican border; patrolling the Rio Grande in Laredo for potential people ...
Hereditary

Hereditary

Horror films – of late – appear to have fallen down the slippery slope of constant jump scares, gory deaths and groups of idiot teenagers exploring basements / abandoned buildings / insert generic cr...