Riz Ahmed Sound Of Metal (1)

Sound of Metal – Review

Early on in Sound of Metal, a group of deaf addicts sign a prayer that’s common in 12-step programmes: “God grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot change, the courage to change the things we...
Thoroughbreds

Thoroughbreds – Review

Writing-directing debuts don’t come much more slick or polished than Cory Finley’s Thoroughbreds. A taut blast of a thriller, it announces a serious new filmmaking talent as well as further confirming the...
Ready Player One

Ready Player One – Review

Steven Spielberg: we’re not angry, we’re just disappointed. And also quite angry, to be honest. The man himself could be blindfolded and still direct one of the best films of any given year, but in...
Bill Nighy

The Limehouse Golem – Review

The Victorian era has provided fertile ground for cinema’s lust for murder, mystery, and debauchery, particularly around the unsolved Jack the Ripper murders. What The Limehouse Golem offers is a precursor...

The Signal – Review

What starts as a road trip soon turns into something much less laid-back and much more mystifying in William Eubank’s enigmatic sci-fi. Rising star Brenton Thwaites offers a solid performance, as do...