A Private War

February 4, 2019

To launch yourself into a career as a war correspondent takes a specific mindset, one that director Matthew Heinemen almost captures in his biopic of multiple award-winning journalist Marie Colvin. It’s Heinemen’s first feature release, […]

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

February 1, 2019

Adapted from the true life story of biographer Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) who amidst her financial struggles as a struggling writer and an impossible employee, stumbled upon the lucrative trade of selling letters by famous […]

Vice

January 29, 2019

Director Adam McKay puts America to task once again by shining the spotlight upon one of the most prominent, yet hidden political figures in modern American history, Dick Cheney. Teaming up once again with Christian […]

Eaten By Lions

January 21, 2019

New trailer for British indie comedy film Eaten By Lions coming to cinemas 29th of March.
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The House that Jack Built

December 20, 2018

If Lars Von Trier’s work didn’t get under your skin with his previous body of work, The House That Jack Built might be the ace up his sleeve according to Patrick Dalziel. […]

The Old Man and The Gun

December 15, 2018

Leaving on the right note. Robert Redford’s final appearance is one that cements a very fine career. Patrick Dalziel reviews. […]

5 Must-see movies to watch during the holidays

December 11, 2018

During the holidays, it is generally much easier to come by free time to relax and watch movies. So we thought we’d share 5 recommendations for your “to watch” list. Thankfully you can watch them […]

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

November 22, 2018

American cinema has had an infatuation with the Cowboy genre since the early 1900s, with The Great Robbery released in 1903 widely regarded as the first entry into the genre. And in the 115 years […]

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