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In only showing you the moments before going on stage to present and unveil his latest creations, this shouldn’t be as exciting and intriguing as it actually is. The premise […]

Steve Jobs



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