Film Reviews

By the Time It Gets Dark

By the Time It Gets Dark

Anocha Suwichakornpong's film deserves to see her name pushed to the fore of the world cinema stage

Slack Bay

Slack Bay

There won't be many films released this year quite like Bruno Dumont's latest

Destination Unknown

Destination Unknown

A powerful documentary that reminds us of a time we dare not forget

From the Land of the Moon

From the Land of the Moon

Marion Cotillard is the saving grace in a film that could and should of been so much more

Berlin Syndrome

Berlin Syndrome

Cate Shortland's follow up to Lore (2012) is a sore disappointment

The Mummy

The Mummy

A reboot that was best kept under wraps

The Red Turtle

The Red Turtle

A wordless animation becomes a hypnotic look at life itself.

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: A Ghost Story

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: A Ghost Story

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: A Ghost Story

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman

Make a hawk a dove. Stop a war with love. Make a liar tell the truth. Wonder Woman, the world has been ready for a while.

The Shepherd (El Pastor)

The Shepherd (El Pastor)

The Shepherd (El Pastor)

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: Icarus

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: Icarus

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: Icarus

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: The Incredible Jessica James

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: The Incredible Jessica James

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: The Incredible Jessica James

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: Chasing Coral

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: Chasing Coral

2017 Sundance Film Festival London: Chasing Coral

My Life as a Courgette

My Life as a Courgette

Ben Pinsent reviews the French/Swiss stop motion film, My Life as a Courgette. Time to grab a tissue.