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Zoology Review

Zoology Review

A coming-of-age story with a surprising twist.

LFF 2017: Journeyman Review

LFF 2017: Journeyman Review

Paddy Considine’s magnificent drama packs a mighty punch.

LFF 2017: The Florida Project Review

LFF 2017: The Florida Project Review

A magical, captivating look at those living on the fringes of society.

Song to Song Review

Song to Song Review

Gorgeous cinematography is really all Terrence Malick’s tedious film has to offer us…

The Villainess Review

The Villainess Review

Vengeance-fuelled mayhem that will have you on the edge of your seat...

Clash Review

Clash Review

Mohamed Diab's claustrophobic thriller offers an intriguing take on a sensitive subject and grips from start to finish.

The Red Turtle Review

The Red Turtle Review

A wordless animation becomes a hypnotic look at life itself.

After the Storm Review

After the Storm Review

Hirokazu Koreeda’s After the Storm is a powerful delight, and a grippingly realistic drama

Mindhorn Review

Mindhorn Review

“It’s truth time!” with Julian Barratt’s hilarious Detective Mindhorn

Frank & Lola Review

Frank & Lola Review

Love, obsession and betrayal are all on the menu in this admirable film noir

Free Fire Review

Free Fire Review

Bullets and jokes fly fast in Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire

The Chamber Review

The Chamber Review

Dive into the terrifying world of The Chamber

Prevenge Review

Prevenge Review

The mother of all revenge films.

Julieta Review

Julieta Review

Pedro Almodóvar returns with Julieta, an engrossing mystery-drama all about looking back on past regrets.

Nocturama Review

Nocturama Review

Mirroring events in Paris last year, Nocturama is a terrifyingly relevant story, but lacks something to make it truly interesting.

Playground Review

Playground Review

Bartosz M. Kowalski’s Playground is a hard-hitting, realistic drama, with a terrifying conclusion that will leave you reeling for days.

It’s Only the End of the World Review

It’s Only the End of the World Review

Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only the End of the World is a powerful, tragic tale, and a beautifully mesmerising one.

Prevenge Review

Prevenge Review

Alice Lowe writes, directs and stars in a dark yet hilarious take on all things maternal.

City of Tiny Lights Review

City of Tiny Lights Review

Pete Travis delivers an intriguing London-set film noir, with a fascinating central turn from Riz Ahmed.