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LFF 2018: In Fabric Review

LFF 2018: In Fabric Review

Some frocks are just too hot to handle

LFF 2018: Non-Fiction Review

LFF 2018: Non-Fiction Review

The death of literature is discussed at length

Halloween Review
LFF 2018: Peterloo Review

LFF 2018: Peterloo Review

A history lesson that resonates with life for millions today

LFF 2018: Birds of Passage Review

LFF 2018: Birds of Passage Review

A drug-trade story given an intoxicating new spin

LFF 2018: Dragged Across Concrete Review

LFF 2018: Dragged Across Concrete Review

There's more than a few scuffed knees in Zahler's third film

Hunter Killer Review

Hunter Killer Review

An action thriller that is above sub-par

LFF 2018: They Shall Not Grow Old Review

LFF 2018: They Shall Not Grow Old Review

A visual treat that honours the men who survived and fell during WWI

LFF 2018: Out of Blue Review

LFF 2018: Out of Blue Review

Carol Morley's new film is a little out of sorts too

LFF 2018 Colette Review

LFF 2018 Colette Review

History is about to change

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

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

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: Thunder Road Review

LFF 2018: Thunder Road Review

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

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