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First Reformed – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 01/06/2018 as part of Sundance London. Paul Schrader has returned with First Reformed, an understated but extremely powerful tale of a man in doubt of his own...
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Hereditary – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 31/05/2018 as part of Sundance London 2018. The confident, lean and mean directorial horror debut from Ari Aster, Hereditary, sees a family turn in on itself in...
New Town Utopia

New Town Utopia – Review

Charting the rises and falls of the new town model by using Basildon in Essex, one of many towns hastily built to house the many working class people pouring out of bomb damaged and slum-filled parts of large...
Custody

Custody – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 11/10/17 as part of London Film Festival. “Who is the worst liar?” asks the judge in charge of deciding whether a father will be allowed to have custody of his son,...
A QUIET PLACE

A Quiet Place – Review

A Quiet Place is, believe it or not, a quiet movie (not for fans of bringing loud movie snacks to the cinema). Following a family surviving in a world overrun with monsters with highly sensitive hearing –...
Claire Foy

Unsane – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 25/02/18 as part of Berlinale Festival. Steven Soderbergh takes a pulpy turn in his latest lo-fi thriller Unsane, which follows a woman who unwittingly ends up in a...
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Unsane – Berlinale 2018 Review

Steven Soderbergh takes a pulpy turn in his latest lo-fi thriller Unsane, which follows a woman who unwittingly ends up in a psychiatric hospital, where she comes into contact with her stalker from whom...