The trailer for the forthcoming Annihilation film, written and directed by the superb Alex Garland (Ex Machina (his amazing debut as director), 28 Days Later, Sunshine, Never Let Me Go […]

Annihilation by Jeff Vendermeer



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A dark, tormented soul, Joe (Joaquin Phoenix) is a finder and returner of taken/kidnapped children. He stumbles onto something that is larger than expected and the resultant fallout changes everything. […]

You Were Never Really Here



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This was my first experience of a Yorgos Lanthimos film and it definitely WAS an experience. Steven (Colin Farrell) is a cardio-surgeon and he has befriended the son of one […]

The Killing of a Sacred Deer



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Taika Waititi, helming this latest addition to the Marvel and Thor cinematic worlds has more or less done away with most of what has come before. Thor and the supporting […]

Thor: Ragnarok



Theresa wakes up, on her birthday, in another student’s dorm room after a severely drunken evening. Progressing through the day Theresa pisses pretty much everyone off and, on her way […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Happy Death Day



I had been flirting around the idea of watching this and with a friend saying that the newly released Creep 2 was a great watch, it prompted me to dive […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Creep





Journeyman is Paddy Considine’s second feature film in which he writes and directs, and stars in this one too. It tells the story of Matty Burton a hardworking boxer who […]

Journeyman



The winner of the Palme d’Or at this years Cannes Festival, Ruben Östlund’s The Square is a quirky, funny, irreverently satirical film centring around a museum art curator and loosely about their […]

The Square



Another of the new wave of extreme French cinema (after Haute Tension and Martyrs), A L’Interieur (Inside) tells the simple tale of a pregnant woman who has lost her husband in […]

#MonthOfSpooks – Inside