Chevlaier 2

Chevalier – Review

So much of the nasty stuff in the news lately can be laid at the feet of toxic masculinity. From the collective hissy-fit of Ghostbros to a couple of domestic abusers in Orlando and Nice, masculine culture...
TheLobster

The Lobster – Review

The Lobster delicately balances humour and brutality to tell a brilliantly absurd, yet altogether touching story. The largely matter-of-fact cinematography is beautifully offset by scenes in dramatic slow...

Spotlight: Dogtooth

In this feature we discuss pieces of special interest cinema that didn't necessarily make it to the larger public sphere. Focusing on the differences afforded by independent and foreign studios, Special...