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  • The Power of the Dog
  • Harakiri
  • The Ascent
  • A Brighter Summer Day

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  • Ciao Alberto


  • I Am Number Four


Recent reviews

  • Beyond Skyline

    Beyond Skyline

    Beyond Skyline crash lands a gargantuan alien spacecraft in the rural landscape of Laos, acting as a substantially improved continuation over its predecessor that benefits from Uwais' action-heavy inclusion, but O'Donnell's chaotic showcase for sci-fi extravagance resulted in the ignored characters rapidly blending in with less-than-stellar visual effects.

  • Veronica



    Verónica performs a séance during a solar eclipse where, rather inevitably, a dark spirit is summoned and antagonises a young school teen whom takes responsibility for her siblings while her mother works, yet despite Navarro’s well-intentioned characterised inspiration behind Lázaro’s real mysterious death and a chaotic third act, Plaza evokes minimal scares and suspense in what is ultimately an uninspired horror where greater frights can be found in the almost identical ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’.

    A silhouetted humanoid does not make for a terrifying dark spirit, just sayin’…

Popular reviews

  • Ad Astra

    Ad Astra


    Ad Astra galactically depicts sorrow, proving that no one can hear you cry in space. For the past few years, dramas set in the expansive dangers of space have been my bread and butter. Devouring them during my annual breakfast as I purposefully starve myself for the taste of space traversal. Every year, the likes 'Arrival', 'Blade Runner 2049', 'First Man', 'Interstellar' and my all-time favourite film 'Gravity', have secured scores ranging from outstanding to perfect. Whilst Ad Astra may…

  • Midsommar



    Midsommar brightly dances through fields of tulips to create an unsettling depiction of emasculation. "That was a waste of time" muttered the viewers behind me. "What on earth is going on?" laughed the friends in front of me. "That was hilarious!" chuckled the imprudent heterosexual lads as I was walking out. Rather infuriatingly, as with most cases of contemporary filmmaking, I yearned to instantly throw a rebuttal at their faces. "What did you expect?".

    Sure, A24 were excessively marketing this…