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Lanthimos is a singular creative force approaching the height of his powersREAD MORE
A shrug in the right direction of a franchise desperately trying to find it’s way home.READ MORE
A movie destined to find new, adoring audiences for decades to come.READ MORE
Despite lumbering clichés and frequent ham-fistedness, it deserves major props for ambition.READ MORE
A nifty thriller that honours its predecessor while offering something new and well worth your time.READ MORE
They should’ve seen the signs really. Or at least the signpost.READ MORE
The 40 year anniversary of The Wicker Man is being celebrated with a 3 disc ‘final cut’ DVD release, complete with all the bells and whistlesREAD MORE
If it was scripted, then it’s poor writing and if it was ad-libbed, then it’s bad casting.READ MORE
While the premise is strong, it’s the execution that lets the film down.READ MORE
It’s the early 1970s, and sheltered and unworldly sound engineer Gilderoy flees the safety of his mother’s house in Dorking, Surrey, to work on a gory horror film in Italy. READ MORE
Don’t dig deeper or you’re in trouble
A nuanced and heartbreaking turn by Judith Chemla
Thoughtful, heartfelt and well worth spending time with.
On its anniversary, Peter Kramer takes a closer look at the film’s critical and commercial success, and at the rather puzzling way in which it tells Benjamin’s story.
How did this epic bestseller come to be turned into a movie?
Joshua Glenn looks at the 25th Raindance Film Festival
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