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Recent reviews

  • Malignant



    "It's not real. It's all in my head."

    Malignant is a delightfully bombastic, thrilling, entertaining, goofy, stupid, creative and (somewhat) self-aware horror film, that really hits it's stride in the final act. The film is carried by a compelling mystery, which is topped off with a reveal that brilliantly subverts the clichΓ©d horror tropes that came before.
    Despite the consistently terrible dialogue, some iffy performances and an inconsistent score, Malignant kept me hooked with it's heightened stylised filmmaking, and the general over-the-top-ness of the feature. I just wish it didn't take itself so seriously at times.

    Far from perfect, but so god-damn fun!

  • Nope



    "What's a bad miracle? We got a word for that?"


    NOPE is a well paced, thrilling, chilling and occasionally very funny film, that offers a fresh take on the Alien film genre. It examines compelling concepts like grief, trauma, the untamed forces of nature, the film industry, as well as the very concept of spectatorship and entertainment.
    On a technical level, NOPE is fantastic, especially in regards to Hoyte van Hoytema's stunning and impactful cinematography. I also really…

Popular reviews

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


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    "... It's still the same London under the surface."

    Last Night in Soho is definitely Edgar Wright's most visually bold work to date; the filmmaking feels so irresistibly precise and perfect. Wright has really found an exciting new voice, whilst still retaining the charming wit of his other work.
    Last Night In Soho is so impressively and imaginatively stylised, that certain moments made my jaw drop because of the sheer nature of what has been…

  • Spencer



    "But here. This house- there is no future. The Past and the Present are the same thing."

    Spencer is a dazzling character study, about the troubled Princess Diana, who is trapped in a glamorous prison dominated by the haunting past, sickening food and cruel tradition.
    Spencer is obviously driven by the astonishing performance from Kristen Stewart, who utterly transforms into the role of Diana.
    The film also excells through its vibrant but hazy film-grain visuals, well composed shots, fantastic…