Twisted, stylish and uncomfortably understandable, Alice Lowe’s directorial debut makes an impression.
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This may be Captain Jack Sparrow’s last voyage, but it’s a great return to form.
A unique entry in the found footage genre, because some things should be left alone.
Box-fresh, but lacking real soul.
Blood is the warmest colour.
Incorporating elements of classic sci-fi, but enough originality and plot twists to make it stand out on its own.
James Cosmo delivers a heartfelt performance as an ageing boxer recounting his history with the sport.
Despite the title, it’s more Prometheus than Alien.
A horror movie with a hearty smattering of jump-scares and a thick layer of tension brought down only by its weak dialogue and decision-making.
A fist full of Cthulhu.
The Guardians return for another adventure and it’s a blast…
A great cast and a brilliant auteur with a dada-esque contempt for narrative.
Love At First Fart
Seduced by a charming stranger, Elise embarks on a torrid affair only to realise, once it’s too late, that breaking things off won’t be so easy.
A team of explorers visit the mysterious Skull Island only to find something huge is waiting for them.