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  • The Club – Review *****

    It is hard to hear the vague description of The Club without thinking of the classic sitcom Father Ted. After all, both revolve around a...

  • Lambert and Stamp – Review **

    If you thought that bands that were formed purely because of musically extemporaneous motives was a recent phenomenon, think again. Filmmakers Chris Stamp and Kit...

  • Trumbo – Review *****

    “Who?” Audiences would be forgiven their blank looks at the title of this Hollywood biopic. It is a name that was meant to be blotted...

  • Legend – Review ***

    ‘London in the 1960s. Everybody had a story about The Krays’. The opening lines of Brian Helgeland’s East End gangland drama sum up both the...

  • A Bigger Splash – Review **

    After the critically acclaimed I Am Love, director Luca Guadagnino brings to the screen another group drama riveting around the dynamics of love and desire...

  • Suffragette – Review **

    DISCLAIMER: Many women fought and died so I could sit here and dislike this film. Do not take that right away. Suffragette has been in...

  • In Vitro – Review **

    Toby Stephens is mostly known for his acting work – and you definitely know his face if you’ve been following Black Sails. Now, he tries...

  • Interview with Gabrielle Demeestere

    Indie feature Yosemite, starring James Franco and Henry Hopper, was recently acquired by Monterey Media with a U.S. theatrical released planned for this winter. We...

  • Macbeth – Review ***

    Australian director Justin Kurzel rose to notoriety with his first feature Snowtown. Based on the true story of a series of grisly murders, it has...

  • The Martian – Review *****

    Once upon a time, Ridley Scott made good movies. It’s been a while, so, when the trailer for The Martian hit the internet and theatres,...