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The Final Girls Movie Review

6/10 “They were never alive! They weren’t real. Neither are you because this is just a movie!” It seems that the only way to make a decent horror film these days is to have the story lampoon the common Read more…


Dheepan Movie Review

8/10 Dheepan is one of those films that lures you in slowly and then quickly builds up the intensity to a resounding level. And whilst other films show these changes to much surprise, Jacques Audiard’s directing provides many dramatic moments of tension Read more…


Krisha Movie Review

8/10 Much like another recent review character drama, The Measure Of A Man, Krisha is a great minimalistic approach to exploring the issues of realistic microcosm ethos. Following the life an exiled family member, Krisha returns to visit her Read more…


The Measure Of A Man Movie Review

8/10 As indicated by the name, The Measure Of A Man is a fascinating insight into the world of a man struggling to make ends meet. It is one of the best microcosms of recent years and its thanks Read more…


Land Of Mine Movie Review

5.5/10 What a unique way to kick off the Scandinavian film festival. Land of Mine appropriately decides to tackle a subject that’s not only close to home from the films country origins but also rarely discussed in cinema. For Read more…


Poltergeist Movie Review

1/10 How are dreadful remakes still a thing of the Hollywood bloodline that is alternatively known as the movie business? I guess the reason must be the business term in that sentence, as tuning out a remake or reboot Read more…


Truman Movie Review

7/10 Finally, a movie that features a dog and doesn’t kill it off. With a firm focus on the role of death and the nature of relationships, Cesc Gay‘s Truman is not exactly an all-out tear-jerker, but is still a beautiful, albeit Read more…


Mustang Movie Review

5/10 Mustang works by not only being a different coming of age story that Western audiences are normally used to but by letting you decide for yourself on its moral dilemmas instead of forcing you to hold a certain Read more…