Finsterworld – EIFF Review

It's no coincidence that Daniel Clowes' seminal work Ghost World surfaces throughout Frauke Finsterwalder's multifaceted directorial debut. In taking the highly esteemed graphic novel's unique brand of...

The Two Faces of January – Review

Hossein Amini's pleasing adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel of the same name falls victim to its meagre 12A rating; often willing to broach the mature themes demanded of it, yet never fully...

Memphis – Sundance London Review

Tim Sutton's Delphian portrayal of a blues musician's decaying spirituality takes on the seemingly mismatched guise of both documentary filmmaking, and hyper-literate, auratic cinema. The film follows the...

Noah – Review

Darren Aronofsky's liberal retelling of the classic Genesis myth is notably epic in both its newly modernised relevance, and its biblically requisite sense of scale. However, much of the tale's innate...

Under the Skin – Review

Beautifully hypnotic and hauntingly dispassionate, Jonathan Glazer's multi-faceted exploration of cultural subjectivity and social realism flawlessly straddles issues of both observational cinema and the...