Film Reviews

LFF 2018 Colette Review

LFF 2018 Colette Review

History is about to change

LFF 2018: Roma Review

LFF 2018: Roma Review

A trip down memory lane has rarely looked so beautiful

LFF 2018: Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records Review

LFF 2018: Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records Review

A reminder of how music can affect real change in society

LFF 2018: Dead Pigs Review

LFF 2018: Dead Pigs Review

There's something rotten around here and it may not be the swine

LFF 2018: Aquarela Review

LFF 2018: Aquarela Review

Mother nature shows off her power in all its glory

Kler Review

Kler Review

Kler is a hard-hitting satire on corruption in the Catholic Church

LFF 2018: Sorry to Bother You Review

LFF 2018: Sorry to Bother You Review

This absurdist comedy satire is a promising start for Director Boots Riley

LFF 2018: Widows Review

LFF 2018: Widows Review

Gala opener, Widows, is every bit as thrilling as you would expect

LFF 2018: Ash Is Purest White Review

LFF 2018: Ash Is Purest White Review

Jia Zhang-ke's new film shows that time waits for no-one

LFF 2018: Knife + Heart Review

LFF 2018: Knife + Heart Review

A film that shines with bright neon lights but even they cannot mask its weaknesses

Apostle Review

Apostle Review

Gareth Evans' new film is a bloody mess

Bad Times at the El Royale Review

Bad Times at the El Royale Review

Drew Goddard returns with a neo-noir throwback that throws up mixed results

Sink Review

Sink Review

A low budget British drama with a lot of heart

LFF 2018: Unsettling Review

LFF 2018: Unsettling Review

An unsettling documentary which challenges and moves

LFF 2018: Thunder Road Review

LFF 2018: Thunder Road Review

A tragicomedy that shines thanks to a superb one-man show

LFF 2018: Make Me Up Review

LFF 2018: Make Me Up Review

Deconstructing the beauty myth, reconsidering art history, and dismantling the patriarchy has never looked so good

LFF 2018: Shock Waves – Diary of My Mind Review

LFF 2018: Shock Waves – Diary of My Mind Review

A Swiss-French film that asks some bold questions

First Man Review

First Man Review

Damien Chazelle's film isn't firing on all cylinders

LFF 2018: Styx Review

LFF 2018: Styx Review

A female sailor has to choose between life and death on the ocean