Review: Vice

Adam McKay has had quite the career; from his early days with Will Ferrell and co. in Anchorman to the Oscar-winning political biopic The...

SCREEN: Oscar Nominations Reaction

Yesterday the nominees for the 91st Academy Awards were announced and, as ever, there is plenty to unpack. Not only does it tell us...

SCREEN: Golden Globes Reaction

The campaign trail for 2019’s awards season has been going on for months now, but every year the Golden Globes marks the first major...

Review: Bandersnatch

To finish-off an amazing 2018 with a bang, on 28 December Netflix released its first ever video-game. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is an interactive film,...

Review: The Favourite

An old, very ill Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) struggles in opulent isolation as England wars with France. Unable to govern properly, she allows her...

Review: Roma

The winner of 2018’s Golden Lion award at Venice Film Festival and frontrunner for Best Foreign Film at the Academy Awards is Alfonso Cuarón’s...

Review: Mortal Engines

A thousand years after civilisation was destroyed due to a mysterious war, cities on wheels consume each other for resources. On the surface, Mortal Engines...

Review: Sorry to Bother You

Boots Riley, the director of Sorry to Bother You, first entered the public eye when his rap/funk/soul collective The Coup released their 1998 album...

Review: The Old Man and the Gun

Billed as a “mostly” true story and adapted from a 2003 New Yorker article of the same name, The Old Man and the Gun...

Review: My Brilliant Friend Season 1

Based on the homonymous series of autobiographical books by Elena Ferrante, My Brilliant Friend tells the story of two young girls born in the...

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