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The Witch – Review

A welcome period setting - almost legitimizing the horror aspects for anyone not keen on the genre - allows The Witch to add gravitas to its story through the use of genuine 1600s New England records of...
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The End of the Tour – LFF Review

With a pair of perfectly calibrated performances from Segel and Eisenberg, End of the Tour both entertains and inspires introspection as it combines a cerebral thoughtfulness with rich character chemistry and...

52 Tuesdays – Review

One of 2015's most important films, though so deft in style that it's never "Worthy". A parent's FTM transition provides a backdrop, but James (formerly Jane) is never defeatist or self-loathing. Instead,...

Memphis – Sundance London Review

Tim Sutton's Delphian portrayal of a blues musician's decaying spirituality takes on the seemingly mismatched guise of both documentary filmmaking, and hyper-literate, auratic cinema. The film follows the...