How To Build A Girl

How to Build a Girl – Review

Woman-of-the-moment Beanie Feldstein helms this adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s wickedly funny book How to Build a Girl, sadly arriving in the UK with very little fanfare after a delayed release. Feldstein...
A Secret Love

A Secret Love – Review

Originally lined up to premiere at this year’s now cancelled SXSW, Netflix have stepped in to release Chris Bolan’s documentary A Secret Love. With Jason Blum onboard as executive producer and Ryan Murphy...
Tigertail

Tigertail – Review

Best known as co-creator of Master of None, Alan Yang brings the deeply personal story of his family’s history to Netflix. Tigertail tells the story of Pin-Jui, a poor Taiwanese factory worker who embarks on...
Zombieland Double Tap

Zombieland: Double Tap – Review

A sequel that no one really asked for or expected, Zombieland: Double Tap arrives 10 years after its predecessor. The first instalment offered guts and gore and was far from taking itself seriously, with...
Rami Malek

Bohemian Rhapsody – Review

Infamously plagued with problems throughout its production, including replacing not only its lead actor but also its director, Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody offers up very little substance but still...
John Cho

Searching – Review

An interesting take on a well-worn plot, Searching shows David (John Cho) desperately trying to track down his daughter Margot (Michelle La) after she suddenly goes missing, but with every piece of action...
1apo

Apostasy – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 09/10/2017 as part of London Film Festival. Apostasy raises very important questions on how religion can, or can’t, adapt to modern life. With a focus on a family of...
Ross Lynch

My Friend Dahmer – Review

A gory portrait of a serial killer this is not. More, a coming-of-age story for a monster in the making. That’s not to say that the character of Jeffrey Dahmer (Lynch) isn’t shown carrying out some fairly...
Martin Freeman

Cargo – Review

Cargo may be a post-apocalyptic zombie thriller, but this is not an all-out horror flick. Basing it on their previous short film, directors Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke instead focus on humanity. While this...