Gemini Man

Gemini Man – Review

Who do you send to kill the best killer in the world? Pioneering director Ang Lee’s 14th feature sees an ageing hitman seeking retirement. But learning the truth about his final hit puts the sensationally...
Diamantino 0HERO

Diamantino – Review

This review was originally published as part of our Toronto International Film Festival coverage on 16/09/2018. Diamantino cannot really be pinned down as one genre. Mixing sci-fi, comedy, fantasy and much...
ANNIHILATION

Annihilation – Review

Like a refraction of Ex Machina’s interrogation of artificial intelligence, Alex Garland’s Annihilation asks similar questions about humanity’s impulse towards self-destruction, through images that are...
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...
Cloverfield Paradox

The Cloverfield Paradox – Review

When a film is released with next to no warning or hype, it means one of two things: a car crash is being cleaned up before too many people see it, or the finished film is so good it will grab attention...
Alien Covenant

Alien: Covenant – Review

If to err is human, then Ridley Scott’s aliens are perfection. But as Covenant proves emphatically, perfection isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. What a machine might view as imperfect emotions, like fear...