SPRING BLOSSOM

Spring Blossom – Review

This film was previously reviewed in March 2021 as part of our Glasgow Film Festival coverage. France’s low age of consent and wave after wave of abuse emanating from its artistic community are...
BLACK BEAR BANNER

Black Bear – Review

This film was previously reviewed in March 2021 as part of our Glasgow Film Festival coverage. As Aubrey Plaza’s Allison sits down to write in a luxurious cabin by a foggy lake, Black Bear introduces its...
MINARI

Minari – Review

This film was previously reviewed in February 2021 as part of our Glasgow Film Festival coverage. Away from Jacob’s (Steven Yeun) farmland, shaded by trees and dampened by patches of water, minari – an...
THE QUEEN OF BLACK MAGIC

The Queen of Black Magic – Review

This delightfully creepy Indonesian horror has real drama and depth. Beneath the surface of the familiar setting (a group of people gather in a remote location, no working telephone) is the weight of...
IHuman

iHuman – Review

Mercifully, an artificial intelligence-led revolt against humanity didn’t happen in 2020. If iHuman is to be believed, it’s not a matter of if, but when. A documentary which functions as much as a horror...
SCHEMERS

Schemers – Review

Everyone growing up in a nothing town dreams of making something of it. For director Dave McLean, it was throwing a disco to impress a girl, which led to gig after gig, booking the likes of Simple Minds, The...
SPREE PIC

Spree – Review

What, really, can be called authentic in a time of social media personas and rampant reality television? For Kurt Kunkle, it’s live-streaming The Lesson, a twisted mission acted out as a Spree driver, a taxi...