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Bright is nowhere near as bad as had been made out, and the fact that it has been green-lit for a follow up (allegedly) shows that, as can happen, the […]

Bright



After seeing that this was on Film4, and having missed the opportunity (if you can call it that!) to see this when it was on Netflix I decided to have […]

The Pyramid



Another Netflix original, straight to stream. Duncan Jones‘ latest promised much and, to be fair, it looked fantastic. However there are too many issues throughout for me to enjoy this […]

Mute



Having read the book by Albert Sánchez Piñol years and years ago. You’d have thought that I’d need refreshing before watching this to remember what went on, but no. No way. […]

Cold Skin



Alex Garland has been quietly doing some great work for a while now. From screenplays for 28 Days Later, Dredd and Sunshine to his directorial debut in Ex Machina, he […]

Annihilation



Red Sparrow is a continuation of the Cold War efforts from a Russian perspective. The “Sparrows” are mostly young, ex-military operatives who are brought into a new training regime in […]

Red Sparrow



Mayhem has to be one of the most fun films that I have see this year. The ridiculous plot  that a “rage” virus, ID-7, infects a corporate tower block which […]

Mayhem



It is great to have a British film and, even more so, a bunch of varied British accents, on show for a change. The Ritual is an adaptation of an Adam […]

The Ritual



Black Panther is more aligned to Captain America films in terms of its tone than the lighter-hearted Iron Man or Thor franchises, and it works to bring the world of Black […]

Black Panther



Ildikó Enyedi‘s film, On Body and Soul is a beautiful film. Slightly off-kilter but beautiful none-the-less. Endre, CFO of a slaughterhouse, is almost universally liked within the workplace, it is clear […]

On Body and Soul