Director Tate Taylor and actor Chadwick Boseman and bring the story of ‘the hardest working man in showbusiness’, James Brown, to the big screenREAD MORE
A gritty, ballsy drama that will often draw you to the edge of your seat.READ MORE
Even Belle & Sebastian devotees may find much of this a little too twee and cloying.READ MORE
Entertaining for the most part, it’s just a shame that the plot becomes increasingly ludicrous as the body count rises.READ MORE
In condensing the book for the screen, much of the action seems a little directionless.READ MORE
Vallée has produced an arresting, thought-provoking and moving piece of work.READ MORE
In Fear firmly places Lovering alongside Ben Wheatley as one of the UK’s most accomplished new generation of horror directors.READ MORE
Lawless is a ripping yarn (in the proper, old-fashioned sense of the term), which, for the most part, manages to balance its moonshine-fuelled suspense and drama with a shot of humour and a chaser of romance.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
A Fantastic Fear Of Everything aims to be a surreal, Terry Gilliam-esque comedy which sadly misfires at almost every level. READ MORE
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