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  • RAW – Review ****

    Things are looking yummy for director Julia Ducournau. A few years after her short Junior won the Small Golden Rail at Cannes, her first feature,...

  • Umberto D. – Blu-ray Review *****

    How to approach an established classic like Vittorio De Sica’s 1952 Umberto D, newly released on Blu-Ray, when writing from a comfortable 21st century perspective?...

  • FREE FIRE – Review ****

    Some films are immediate cult movies the moment they hit the screens. Some achieve cult status over time as audiences appreciate the work and word...

  • BEASTER BUNNY – Review ****

    If you ever wondered what shlockfest means, we have the film for you. Some call it the best Easter Horror film. We go further –...

  • NERUDA – Review ***

    A warning to the unaware – this is not a biopic. At least not your usual biopic. Director Pablo Larraín (who wooed us all a...

  • Get Out – Review *****

    There’s no premise more horrifying than meeting your partner’s parents for the first time. The instant classic Get Out, of 100% Rotten Tomatoes fame, takes...

  • THE FOUNDER – Review ****

    There Will be Blood, but with burgers (as apparently the marking team was trying to push it as). Or The Wolf of Wall Street with...

  • Zombie Lake – Review **

    Zombies are often utilised by filmmakers who want to instill empathy towards the monster that represents the physical threat in their film. They are the...

  • The Eyes of My Mother – Review ****

      Atmospheric horror has been doing a comeback in the last few years, but writer/director Nicolas Pesce’s debut feature, The Eyes of My Mother, is...

  • FEMALE VAMPIRE – Review ***

                The 70s were a wonderful cinematic time. As the studio system crumbled to pieces and the 60s sexual revolution screamed...