Mute

Mute – Review

We honestly couldn’t tell you what happens in Mute. And that’s not a spoiler warning. Alexander Skarsgård is a mute bartender searching for his missing girlfriend, Paul Rudd is a black-market surgeon and...

Mad Max: Fury Road – Review

There aren't enough expletives or adjectives to express quite how much you need to see Fury Road. Its brutal war-torn world, built on the liquid viscera of blood, milk and oil, is a dystopia; but the future...

Maybeland: Cyborg

You know what best symbolises an apocalypse? Fire. Ideally with a dash of brimstone. Spurting from the ground for no discernible reason, springing from pockets with an obscure source, burning continuously in...

Divergent – Review

There's one major problem for Divergent, and it begins with T, H, and G. In a world where "Katniss Everdeen" was just a meaningless string of syllables, this teen-centric adventure might just about get by; but...

The Double – Review

The Double sees Jesse Eisenberg thumping his two favourite masks - milksop and  scumbag - together as if they were a pair of cymbals. This doppelgänger nightmare is something we should want to digest...

The Zero Theorem – Review

The Zero Theorem is unmistakably a Terry Gilliam film, for better or worse. He has created a deliciously chaotic dystopia, saturated with colour and adverts, but his ramshackle directing threatens to disengage...