Damien Chazelle swaps musical for moonwalking – find out more below.Read More One step for man, an experience recreated for new generations, but does First Man make a successful landing?
Come for the glory of Queen’s legacy, sing along to their greatest hits – but expect no more. A review of the latest biopic.Read More Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, no escape from reality? Watch Bohemian Rhapsody and see.
Drew Goddard assembles one of the year’s best cast in a screwball thriller that will make you wonder what exactly is going down.Read More One night to change it all, check in but mind the bodies, it’s Bad Times at the El Royale
Hitting the director’s chair for the first time, it begs the question; what has taken Bradley Cooper so long to make the change from actor to filmmaker?Read More Fame takes years to achieve and it can be gained in seconds, A Star is Born doesn’t thrill – it soars
In time for Halloween – stay for the scares, and just remember that Christmas is just around the corner!Read More Horror film recommendations to watch in October
The latest winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, the 70th winner of the award is also the first film from Chile and the first with a trans protagonist to win.Read More Why trans talent is important to the success of queer stories, a look into A Fantastic Woman
Whilst the post is not going to be an ode to the actor, it goes without saying that it’s highly impressive that in the space of a few months the host-turned-heartthrob has begun a great start in film considering his beginnings with his duties as part-time host The Travel Show, if Hollywood is kind to him […]Read More Introducing breakout Henry Golding – why Crazy Rich Asians and A Simple Favour demand your attention
A review of the new series produced by BBC America based on Luke Jennings’ novels – please be aware there are minor spoilers up to episode 5Read More Female assassins, feminist friendly fire, frivolous fashion – six months of waiting for Killing Eve ends
A review of the Netflix drama Alex Strangelove, starring Daniel Doheny as the title character.Read More A worthy predecessor or a happy companion to Love, Simon; how does Netflix’s Alex Strangelove hold up?
A few thoughts on the Ghibli co-founder and how his female-led films were behind his many successesRead More The cinematic legacy of Miyazaki and his female protagonists