Greta

Greta – Review

Neil Jordan's last film, the underrated vampire tale Byzantium, focused on an unconventional mother-daughter relationship to riveting effect. Now he returns to the same well for Greta, albeit with mixed...
Suspiria 2018

Suspiria – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 02/09/18 as part of Venice Film Festival. Suspiria is not a film to have mild feelings about. Like Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, Luca Guadagnino’s remake/reimagining...
Suspiria

Suspiria – Venice 2018 Review

Suspiria is not a film to have mild feelings about. Like Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, Luca Guadagnino’s remake/reimagining arrives in Venice as a work of gonzo, philosophically minded horror that all but...

Bad Neighbours 2 – Review

Fear not – Bad Neighbours 2 is fresh, funny and, as with any Seth Rogen film, it sports a lot of weed-related shenanigans. What’s not to enjoy? There were concerns that, as with most comedy sequels, the...

Say When – Review

Kitschy and tediously drawn-out home video credits give way to a humorous portrait of arrested development in the vein of Frances Ha and Drifters. While stylistically closer to the latter, Say When’s...

The Equalizer – Review

The Equalizer is nothing more than a sluggish and disappointing mess. Washington’s poorly-sketched ex-special ops agent juggles with several underdeveloped themes that bar him from any meaningful character...

If I Stay – Review

Heavily infused with music and relying on a flashback format, Forman’s novel seems ideal for the audio-visual medium of film. Yet Cutler’s unenergetic debut betrays the influence of the Nicholas...