Less ground-breaking than his debut film, which steadily rose from word-of-mouth mania to awards darling, Peele’s follow-up Us, and not as precise in exactly what it is trying to convey, is no less disturbing.
Review: LOVE, SIMON (2018)
Occasionally, a film comes along that we not only want, but need. Love, Simon is such a film. Watching this … More
Review: ISLE OF DOGS (2018)
…when news that Wes’s whimsical style has been shone through the prism of animation once again in the form of Isle of Dogs, I thought it better warrant a visit to my local cineplex (a shout out to Cardigan Fields in Leeds – leather-seated mundanity yet reliable as ever).
Review: PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN (2017)
Spanking, bondage and S&M. Three things not immediately associated with Wonder Woman, but thanks to Professor Marston and the Wonder … More
Review: LOCKE (2014) [Bradford International Film Festival 2014]
Steven Knight’s new film Locke, starring Tom Hardy was premiered on the closing night film of the 20th Bradford International … More
Review: MANHUNTER (1986) [Bradford International Film Festival 2014]
Pub quiz trivia question…the million-pound gamble: Who was the first actor to play the infamous cannibal Hannibal Lecter? And the … More
Into The Blue: Kieslowski’s ‘Three Colours: Blue’
‘Three Colours: Blue’ is the first film in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s celebrated ‘Three Colours Trilogy’ produced in 1993 and starring Juliette … More